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Evaluation of Maize Nutrient Contents in a Maize/Cowpea Intercropping Systems in South Africa
Field experiments were carried out at three localities in North West and Limpopo provinces at South Africa to assess the effects of planting density and planting patterns and their interactionExpand
Influence of component crop densities and planting patterns on maize production in dry land maize/cowpea intercropping systems.
An experiment was conducted to test the effect of four plant densities (10, 20, 30 and 40,000 plants ha -1 ) and four planting patterns (1rowM:1rowC, 1rowM:2rowsC, 2rowsM:2rowsC and 2rowsM:4rowsC) onExpand
Cowpea Crude Protein as Affected by Cropping System, Site and Nitrogen Fertilization
High protein content in cowpea ( Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.) is considered as major advantage for its use in nutritional components. In this way, an experiment was conducted to investigate theExpand
Nutrient recycling potential of Tephrosia candida in cropping systems of southeastern Nigeria
Improving fallow quality in cassava–fallow rotations in southeastern Nigeria through the use of leguminous cover crops has been shown to sustain the productivity of such systems. We studied theExpand
Scenario analysis on integrated crop-livestock-weed-soil interactions model in the northern Guinea savannah of Nigeria: a case study.
Given the scenario of intensifying agriculture and closer crop-livestock integration, positive opportunities exist for improving overall productivity and resources by integrating and complementingExpand
Maize Seed Quality in Response to Different Management Practices and Sites
Maize seed quality during storage can decline to a level that may make the seed unacceptable for planting purpose. A factorial experiment randomized in complete block design with three replicationsExpand
Evaluation of selected legumes for sustainable weed ecology/soil fertility/livestock management interactions in crop-livestock systems of the moist savannah of Nigeria
This project aimed at enhancing the net benefit in production systems. It took a holistic approach to evaluate the potential interactions of herbaceous legumes in relation to weed dynamics, soilExpand