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Legume Research, volume 34 issue 4 (december 2011) : 311 - 313

SUB SURFACE DRIP IRRIGATION STUDIES ON SEED AND FIELD QUALITY OF GROUNDNUT CV. VRI 2

A. Sripunitha, K. Sivasubramaniam, S. Manikandan, K. Selvarani, K. Krishna shyla
1Department of Seed Science and Technology, Agricultural College and Research Institute, Madurai - 625 104, India.
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Cite article:- Sripunitha A., Sivasubramaniam K., Manikandan S., Selvarani K., shyla Krishna K. (2024). SUB SURFACE DRIP IRRIGATION STUDIES ON SEED AND FIELD QUALITY OF GROUNDNUT CV. VRI 2. Legume Research. 34(4): 311 - 313. doi: .
A  study was conducted to evaluate the surface and subsurface fertigation application effects on groundnut seed crop performance, under two methods of sowing ( conventional method and ridges and furrows) and at two levels of  potential evapo-transpiration (SSDI at 75% and 100 %). The experimental results indicated that the sowing in ridges and furrows with subsurface drip irrigation at 100% potential evapo-transpiration led to a greater seed yield with higher seed quality.
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