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Medium b a d N (9@N) N Water N + Water -1 2 4 3 32 49 24 32 54 35 10 58 C. 5) 4 5 -7 31 23 ns. 18 7 24 33 17 13 32 59 25 'Reproduced from Power (1971). suitable tillers relating leaf elongation rate to dry weight increments, and developing meaningful ways of applying nutrients and water in remote and a n d locations. He has observed an initial surge in elongation rate for a few days following a subsurface application of water to plants under long-term water stress. A similar study of leaf area increment is envisaged for dicotyledons.

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