RESPONSE OF YIELD AND YIELD ATTRIBUTES OF GROUNDNUT TO MOISTURE STRESS - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC1356 | Page : 210 - 216
Citation :- RESPONSE OF YIELD AND YIELD ATTRIBUTES OF GROUNDNUT TO MOISTURE STRESS - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2010.(31):210 - 216
G. Thiyagarajan, D. Rajakumar, R. Kumaraperumal* and M. Manikandan
Address : Water Technology Centre Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore – 641 003, India

Abstract

Groundnut is an important oilseed crop in India and is commonly called as poor man’s nut.
India ranks first in acreage and a production of 7.21 M t. The average productivity in India is
1125 kg ha-1 which is less than the world’s average. The reduction in productivity and production
is due to the fact mostly the crop is raised in rainfed conditions. The effect of moisture stress on
yield and yield attributes plays a important role in increasing the production and productivity

Keywords

Groundnut; Yield; Harvest index; Kernel weight; Moisture stress.

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