Yield per plant

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  • This study was conducted to determine variability, heritability, and correlations between yield and yield components in 15 kabuli chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes for 2 years. Direct and indirect effects of yield components on seed yield per plant were investigated.

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  • The inheritance of grain yield per plant, flag leaf width, and flag leaf length was studied applying Jinks-Hayman diallel analysis in an 8 x 8 wheat cross population involving the bread wheat (T. aestivum L.) genotypes Cumhuriyet, Kaflifbey, Ziyabey, Marmara, Basribey, Malabadi, Yüreoir, and Seri-82.

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  • The purpose of this research was to evaluate phenotypic correlation coefficents between seed yield per plant and some yield components, and to determine the direct and indirect effect of 6 components on seed yield per plant in narbon bean (Vicia narbonensis L.) lines.

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  • Fresh pod yield and pod number per plant, pod length, thickness and width for autumn sowing were significantly higher than those for spring sowing. Significantly higher seed numbers per pod and fresh seed weight to fresh pod weights were obtained from spring sowing.

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  • The nature of the inheritance of plant height at 60 days, number of flowers per cluster, number of fruits per plant, fruit weight per plant, and number of seeds per fruit was studied from a 10-parent diallel cross of Lycopersicum esculentum Mill. Due to their high general combining ability effects, Pusharubi, Bari-4, and Dynasagor parents were suggested for future hybridisation programmes.

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  • This study was conducted to evaluate reproductive growth, oil and protein accumulation in seeds, and some yield components of 8 groundnut genotypes in 2001 and 2002. The number of flowers, pegs, and pods per plant during the reproductive period were determined with periodic counts starting from flowering.

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  • In this study, the effect of diniconazole which is used to control of rose rust (Phragmidium mucronatum) was investigated by reducing the application number and lowering the dose by addition of a spreader-sticker (Citowett).

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  • The aim of this study is to see whether Mushroom compost waste (MCW) can be used as an alternative fertilizers to Farm yard manure (FYM) because the latter is very expensive in Strawberry growing.

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  • Presentation article the field study was conducted during summer 2015 at two different locations i.e., Allanganallur and Vadipatti blocks in Madurai district of Tamil Nadu to evaluate the efficacy of certain promising plant derivatives and natural oils against two spotted spider mites Tetranychus Urticae koch in rose (Rosa sp.) ecosystem.

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  • The basal food crop of the people of China, Korea and Japan is rice, and the mean consumption in Japan, for the five years ending 1906, per capita and per annum, was 302 pounds. Of Japan's 175,428 square miles she devoted, in 1906, 12,856 to the rice crop. Her average yield of water rice on 12,534 square miles exceeded 33 bushels per acre, and the dry land rice averaged 18 bushels per acre on 321 square miles. In the Hokkaido, as far north as northern Illinois, Japan harvested 1,780,000 bushels of water rice from 53,000 acres. In Szechwan province, China,...

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  • In determining what a normal production level is for an insurable farmer, USDA requires the producer to present actual annual crop yields (usually stated on a bushel-per-acre basis) for the last 4 to 10 years. The simple average of a producer’s annual crop yield over this time period then serves as the producer’s actual production history (APH). If a farmer does not have adequate records, he can be assigned a transition yield (T-yield) for each missing year of data, which is based on average county yields for the crop.

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  • Under the SRA and cuts specified in the 2008 farm bill, the reimbursement rate for A&O expenses averaged 18% of total premiums in 2009. 16 This means that for every $100 in premiums collected, the companies receive a reimbursement of $18 from the federal government. The reimbursement rate varies by insurance product, depending on whether it is for a yield-based or a revenue insurance product. The SRA places a maximum for A&O reimbursements at $1.3 billion per year (adjusted annually for inflation) and a minimum at $1.1 billion.

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  • Onewaytogetaroundthissituation istounderstandthewateruseofcropduringgrowth,as this period demands maximum input. With this information, the contribution/influence of energycropsonwaterresourcescanbeunderstood.Waterrequirementsofaplantspeciescan becalculatedbyestimatingtheminimumamountofwaterperhectareyield(orwater limited yield),whichisbasedonthepotentialyieldofthecropspeciesandtheavailabilityofwater. Wateruseofplants(evapotranspiration) isdependentontheplantspecies.

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  • According to official statistics, the area annually planted to maize in Ghana currently averages about 650,000 ha (Table 1). Most of the maize grown in Ghana is cultivated in association with other crops, particularly in the coastal savannah and forest zones, so planting densities are generally low. Average grain yields of maize are correspondingly modest when expressed per unit land area, averaging less than 2 t/ha. Total annual maize production is currently estimated at just over 1 million tons.

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  • Depletion of ground water resources can lead to complete desiccation of the surrounding areas.Reducedgroundwater‘inputs’andreducedgroundwater‘outputs’arethemaincauses ofgroundwaterdepletionwhichaffectsalllivingorganismsdirectlyorindirectly. Theextentofgroundwaterdepletiondependsonmanyfactors,moreimportantlyonthetypeof crop in consideration.Majority of the energy crops require some form of irrigation therefore theirinfluenceonthedepletionofgroundwaterresourceshavetobeevaluated.

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