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Effect of Kenaf and Soybean Rotations on Yield Components

@inproceedings{Webber1999EffectOK,
  title={Effect of Kenaf and Soybean Rotations on Yield Components},
  author={C. Webber},
  year={1999}
}
As kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L., Malvaceae) production in the US continues to increase it is essential to integrate this alternative fiber crop into existing cropping systems. Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr., Fabaceae] is now grown widely in the same production areas where kenaf can be successfully produced. A kenaf/soybean rotational system could have long term economic and pest control advantages, if there are no adverse effects of rotating these two crops. A three-year field study was… Expand
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