Maximum weight of seedling 100 days (14.3 weeks) after transplanting

Range in year 1978 ~290g: in year 1979 ~200g grams
Organism Tobacco Nicotiana tabacum
Reference Rich JR, Hodge C, Johnson JT. Population Development and Pathogenicity of Meloidogyne javanica on Flue-cured Tobacco as Influenced by Ethoprop and DD. J Nematol. 1984 Jul16(3):240-5. p.243 figure 2 (C,D)PubMed ID19294018
Method Control values extracted by eye from p.243 figure 2 (C,D)
Comments p.242 right column:”Cumulative tobacco dry weights increased throughout the season in 1978 (Fig. 2C), but differences among treatments were observed only at 98 days. Plant growth patterns were similar in 1979, but differences in top weights occurred at all sampling dates after 42 days (Fig. 2D). Highest cumulative whole plant dry weights were found in plants grown in DD (1,2-dichloropropane-1,3-dichloropropene and related C3 hydrocarbons) treated soil, followed by those in the 18 kg a.i./ha ethoprop, 9 kg a.i./ha ethoprop, and control plots.” p.243 caption to figure 2 (C,D):"Tobacco plant top dry weights (g) in 1978 and 1979. Points on the same date followed by the same letter are not different (P = 0.05) according to Duncan's multiple-range test. See legend in Fig. 1 for rates of nematicide applied." a.i.=active ingredient(probably)
Entered by Uri M
ID 111703