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Abscission of reproductive structures in common bean grown under rainfed conditions



Abscission of reproductive structures in common bean grown under rainfed conditions



Agricultura Tecnica en Mexico 29(2): 155-168



In common bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris), reproductive structures are naturally shed from flowering onwards. The relationship between seed yield and abscission of reproductive structures of common bean cultivars (7 bush indeterminate and one bush determinate), grown under rainfed and rainfed + irrigated conditions, was studied in an experiment conducted in Calera, Zacatecas, Mexico, in 2001.

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