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By B.T. Kang, A.N. Atta-Krah, L. Reynolds

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1993). The GMSs were read at 0800 hours daily starting a few days before tuber set each year. Potato ETc was estimated daily and recorded from crop emergence until the final irrigation, using an AgriMet (United States Bureau of Reclamation, Boise, Idaho, United States of America) weather station at the Malheur Experiment Station and a modified Penman equation (Wright, 1982). Treatments could be irrigated daily, as needed, because sensor readings and Etc calculations were available daily. S. No.

70 Leaf area index FIGURE 2 Leaf area index of groundnut with various treatments, mean values over two years LEAF AREA INDEX As groundnut is an indeterminate crop, the leaf area index (LAI) values tended to increase rapidly from 40 d after sowing and continued to increase until 100 d. Genotype effects on LAI were significant. However, Figure 2 only trends in LAI that present stress influences. LAI values of control plants (T 100) were significantly higher during the 50-60-d period. e. from 80 d until harvest, than the control plants.

E. 70 Leaf area index FIGURE 2 Leaf area index of groundnut with various treatments, mean values over two years LEAF AREA INDEX As groundnut is an indeterminate crop, the leaf area index (LAI) values tended to increase rapidly from 40 d after sowing and continued to increase until 100 d. Genotype effects on LAI were significant. However, Figure 2 only trends in LAI that present stress influences. LAI values of control plants (T 100) were significantly higher during the 50-60-d period. e. from 80 d until harvest, than the control plants.

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