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Occurrence of aflatoxins B1 and G1 in peanut kernels as affected by phosphorus fertilization and harvesting time



Occurrence of aflatoxins B1 and G1 in peanut kernels as affected by phosphorus fertilization and harvesting time



Cultura Agronomica 7(1): 15-24



The occurrence of aflatoxins in peanut kernels was evaluated in a field experiment carried out in Adamantina, SP, Brazil, during the 1993/94 growing season, designed to study the effects of different doses of P2O5 fertilization and harvesting dates. Experimental design was a split-plot in randomized complete blocks and 3 replications.

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