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Effect of flower and gynophore removal on the biomass partitioning in various vegetative and reproductive parts in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.)


Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 35(2): 125-129
Effect of flower and gynophore removal on the biomass partitioning in various vegetative and reproductive parts in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.)
Groundnuts M13 grown at Ludhiana had their flowers removed in the early (0-4 weeks), middle (5-9 weeks) or late (9 weeks to maturity) reproductive growth stages, or in combinations of 2 of these phases. Vegetative growth was increased by flower removal. Pod number was increased by removing early phase flowers and decreased by removing middle phase flowers, or middle + late flowers.


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