Yield Differences between Five Irrigated Sugarcane Varieties Ka Redshaw ' ,

@inproceedings{Donaldson2006YieldDB,
  title={Yield Differences between Five Irrigated Sugarcane Varieties Ka Redshaw ' ,},
  author={Robert H. Donaldson},
  year={2006}
}
variety was anticipated. Durinz the 1985-86 (Malelane) and The performance of sugarcane varictics NCo376, N 14, NI 9, N22 and N24 grown under irrigation at thc SASEX Pongola Research Farm, was compared i n terms of cane and sucrose yields. The comparison is based 011 data from I I crops ( i n three experiments) harvested in AprilIMay and from I0 crops (in two experiments) harvested in OctobcrIDecember. In 1986-87 (Pongola) harvesting scasons N 14 replaced NCo376 as the most widely grown varicty… CONTINUE READING

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