PlANT DENSITY EFFECT ON THE GROWTH AND YIElD OF. SESAME-A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4346 | Page : 52 - 56
Citation :- PlANT DENSITY EFFECT ON THE GROWTH AND YIElD OF. SESAME-A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2001.(22):52 - 56
P. KalaiseIvan, K. Subrahmaniyanand T.N. Balasubramanian
Address : Regional Research Station Tamil Nadu AgricuJtural University, Vridhachalam-606 001, hldIa

Abstract

Plant population is most critical for obtaining higher yield in sesame. Above or below the threshold level of plant population it would lead to intra species competition among plants for scarce resources which cause sub normal sesame seed yield. Hence, identification of optimum population for each variety being tested become vital. Various reports indicate that the growth and yield attributes and yield of sesame were determined by plant densities. Adoption of suitable and optimum spacing would fulfil the objective of maximizing the yield of sesame.

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