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Screening foliar disease resistant groundnut genotypes for tolerance to lime-induced iron chlorosis

Screening foliar disease resistant groundnut genotypes for tolerance to lime-induced iron chlorosis

International Arachis Newsletter ( 20): 22-23

Thirteen Arachis hypogaea genotypes were screened for iron deficiency chlorosis in pot experiments during kharif 1999. At 60 days after emergence, iron deficiency was measured visually on a 1-5 scale, where 1 = dark green foliage and 5 = yellow foliage with chlorotic spots, and total chlorophyll content was recorded. The iron absorption efficient genotypes GBFDS 272 and Dh 8 exhibited least (less than 30%) reduction in chlorophyll content.

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