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Multiple cropping with legumes and starchy roots

By: Davis, J.H.C.
Contributor(s): Moreno, R.A [coaut.] | Woolley, J.N [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1986Description: p. 133-160.Subject(s): Crop yield | Intercropping | Legumes AGROVOC | Lodging | Mixed cropping | Multiple cropping | Root crops | Small farms | Traditional farming | Tropical zones | Farming systems AGROVOCSummary: Some important crop associations are outlined. Multiple cropping of legumes with cereals, including characteristics of the plant, maturity differences, plant architecture, management of pests and diseases, management of density and spatial arrangement, fertilization, relative sowing dates and weed control are discussed. Multiple cropping of roots with cereals is considered, including cassava with maize and sweet potato with cereals, and with legumes, including cassava with several species and sweet potato with Phaseolus sp. Other topics examined are root crops in Andean agriculture, multiple cropping of legumes and roots with perennialCollection: CIMMYT Staff Publications Collection
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Lic. Jose Juan Caballero Flores

 

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Tables, references p. 156-160

Some important crop associations are outlined. Multiple cropping of legumes with cereals, including characteristics of the plant, maturity differences, plant architecture, management of pests and diseases, management of density and spatial arrangement, fertilization, relative sowing dates and weed control are discussed. Multiple cropping of roots with cereals is considered, including cassava with maize and sweet potato with cereals, and with legumes, including cassava with several species and sweet potato with Phaseolus sp. Other topics examined are root crops in Andean agriculture, multiple cropping of legumes and roots with perennial

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