alexa Yield and Visual Quality of Groundnut

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Yield and Visual Quality of Groundnut

Recently, Department of Agriculture (DOA), Sri Lanka had developed four new varieties namely, Thissa, Indi, Walawa and Tikiri. Groundnut is cultivated in the dry and intermediate zones of Sri Lanka mainly under rain fed in October season and, in paddy lands under irrigation in April season. Low yields and the poor quality kernels are the major constraints to cultivation of Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in Sri Lanka. Groundnut is usually grown in well-drained soils with a pH of 6.5. Inadequate and unbalanced supply of nutrients may be one of the reasons for low yields in acidic and sandy soils. Farmers in Dambulla and Maspotha, apply 60-350 kg ha-1 of Gypsum for their cultivations and obtained a yield of 2000-2500 kg ha-1.

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