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nipping

[′nip·iŋ]
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The forcible closing of ice around a vessel so that it is held fast by ice under pressure.
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The pooled results of the experiment revealed that raised bed + nipping of seedlings 5 days before transplanting has recorded significantly highest dry chilli yield (966 kg ha-1) compare to rest of the treatments and this is followed by flat bed + 5 days before transplanting (807 kg ha-1).
64,970/-) and B : C ratio (3.42) per hector was recorded with raised bed + nipping 5 days before transplanting compare to rest of the treatments.
Keywords: Chickpea, genotypes, nipping, correlation, yield.
Removal of 4 cm of the growing tip of every branch plant-1 is called nipping. Nipping results in an increase of productive branches, pods plant-1 and grain yield.
The taste test feeds the speculation that cleaning developed from opportunistic nipping at other fish, Grutter says.
Apart from other production enhancement indicators, nipping appeared to be a factor increasing yield and yield contributing parameters.
Among the parameters studied, number of plants/plot, plant height and grain yield appeared statistically significant across nipping methods and row spacing whereas number of pods/plant, number of grains/pod and 1000-grain weight were found non-significant.