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PHOTOSYNTHETIC ACTIVITY IN RELATION TO FODDER BEET PRODUCTIVITY WITH DIFFERENT PLANTING METHODS AND DENSITIES UNDER SANDY SOIL CONDITIONS
Zagazig Journal of Agricultural Research
Fodder beet could be cultivated under varied environmental conditions; their yield and stomatal conductance differ according to planting methods and densities. So, two planting methods (transplanting, T. and direct seeds, Ds.) under six planting densities (33.6, 28.0, 24.0, 21.0, 18.6, 16.8 thousand plants fadP -1 P ) were investigated on fodder beet (Beta vulgaris L.) at sandy soil (70% sand) of the Experimental Farm of the Faculty of Environmental Agricultural Sciences, Arish Univ., Egypt,doi:10.21608/zjar.2016.65594 fatcat:qckvg4aqbrb27c2zpch77y34gu