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Kumar Y.,Rajasthan Agricultural Research Institute SKRAU | Gupta K.C.,Rajasthan Agricultural Research Institute SKRAU | Saxena R.,Rajasthan Agricultural Research Institute SKRAU | Fageria V.D.,Rajasthan Agricultural Research Institute SKRAU
Annals of Biology | Year: 2014

A field experiment was conducted during three consecutive kharif seasons of 2007, 2008 and 2009 to evaluate the performance of plant growth regulators on groundnut. Results revealed that two foliar sprays of triacantanol (oil base) @ 10 ppm at 35 and 45 days after sowing (DAS) gave significantly highest number of pods/plant (25.30), pod weight/ plant (36.69 g), shelling per cent (75.75%) and pod yield (3855 kg/ha) and were statistically at par with two foliar sprays of NAA @ 50 ppm at 35 and 45 DAS and both were statistically superior over control and water sprays.

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