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International Journal of Agricultural Research
  Year: 2009 | Volume: 4 | Issue: 3 | Page No.: 124-130
DOI: 10.3923/ijar.2009.124.130
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The Influence of Temperature on Growth and Yield of Green Beans for Processing
F. Yoldas and D. Esiyok

This research was carried out between in 2004 and 2005 at Odemis Technical Training College of Ege University in Odemis, Izmir to investigate the effects of sowing dates and windbreak treatments on growth and yield of 4 varieties of processing bean (Phaseolus vulgaris vars. Amboto, Gina, Nassau and Volare). Also, the heat summations (thermal time) were determined for all cultivars. The heat summations were calculated for different periods as (a) from emergence to harvest, (b) from emergence to beginning of flowering and (c) from beginning of flowering to harvest. The highest yield (12783.7 kg ha-1) was obtained by early sowing in July. It was observed that delaying the sowing date decreased the yield (10926.7 kg) in 2005. Yields showed a decreasing tendency as sowing dates get closer to autumn. Amboto variety with windbreak gave the highest yields in both years as 12501.0 and 12413.8 kg ha-1, respectively. 1552.6°C day in Gina and Nassau, 795.3°C day in Gina and 958.7°C day in Volare were calculated as the highest thermal times for a, b and c, respectively.
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F. Yoldas and D. Esiyok, 2009. The Influence of Temperature on Growth and Yield of Green Beans for Processing. International Journal of Agricultural Research, 4: 124-130.

DOI: 10.3923/ijar.2009.124.130








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