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Revista de Ciências Agrárias

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HEID, Diego Menani et al. Agronomic productivity from cultivars of peanut crop Virgínia type submitted with different spacing between rows. Rev. de Ciências Agrárias [online]. 2016, vol.39, n.1, pp.105-113. ISSN 0871-018X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.19084/RCA15058.

Aims of this work were to know the yield capacity and the net income of two peanut genotypes grown under three spacing between rows. Treatments were arranged as 2 x 3 factorial scheme in randomized blocks design, with five repetitions. The harvest was carried out at 227 days after sowing. The interaction between genotypes versus row spacings did not demonstrate correlation. The highest fresh and dry matter yield of shoot (branches + leaves) were of plants of Pintado peanut that significantly exceeded in 70,42% and 78,76% respectively the than Marrom peanut. Highest weight of fresh and dry matter yield for commercial pods, non-commercial pods, and seeds was not significant statistically for genotypes and the spacing between rows. The genotype Pintado produced 39,46% more than Marrom of fresh matter yield (g) of 50 pods, and percentage yield seeds were 12% higher for Marrom than Pintado, both of the results with significant difference. For fresh matter (g) of seeds (relative to 50 pods) and number of seeds/pods did not have significant difference between spacing and genotypes.

Keywords : Arachis hypogaea; Horse peanuts; Plant spacing; Profitability.

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