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Cultura associada de feijao e milho. X efeitos de cultivares e das densidades populacionais do milho

By: Candal Neto, J.F.
Contributor(s): Cardoso, A.A [coaut.] | Galvao, J.D [coaut.] | Vieira, C [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 1987Subject(s): Intercropping | Phaseolus vulgaris | Population density | Seeding rates | Varieties | Yield components | Zea mays AGROVOC In: Revista Ceres v. 34, no. 196, p. 619-630614302Summary: In field trials, maize cv. Cargill 111 and the less tall cv. BR 305 were sown in rows 1 m apart at 20 000, 30 000 or 40 000 plants/ha and beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) cv. Diacol Calima, Negrito 897 and Costa Rica were grown between the rows in the rainy season and again during the following dry season. In the rainy season the yields of beans cv. Diacol Calima and Negrito 897 were not affected by maize cultivars but Costa Rica yielded more with maize cv. BR 305 than with Cargill 111 and in the dry season bean yield was 10% higher with BR 305 than with Cargill 111. During the dry season the effects of Fusarium oxysporum, Cercospora vanderysti and EmpoascaCollection: Reprints Collection
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Tables, literature cited p. 629-630

In field trials, maize cv. Cargill 111 and the less tall cv. BR 305 were sown in rows 1 m apart at 20 000, 30 000 or 40 000 plants/ha and beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) cv. Diacol Calima, Negrito 897 and Costa Rica were grown between the rows in the rainy season and again during the following dry season. In the rainy season the yields of beans cv. Diacol Calima and Negrito 897 were not affected by maize cultivars but Costa Rica yielded more with maize cv. BR 305 than with Cargill 111 and in the dry season bean yield was 10% higher with BR 305 than with Cargill 111. During the dry season the effects of Fusarium oxysporum, Cercospora vanderysti and Empoasca

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