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Yield and Quality of Forage Produced in Intercropping of Maize (Zea mays) with Cowpea (Vigna Sinensis) and Mungbean (Vigna radiate) as Double Cropped

@inproceedings{Eskandari2012YieldAQ,
  title={Yield and Quality of Forage Produced in Intercropping of Maize (Zea mays) with Cowpea (Vigna Sinensis) and Mungbean (Vigna radiate) as Double Cropped},
  author={Hamdollah Eskandari},
  year={2012}
}
An experiment was carried out in 2010 to investigate the effect of intercropping on forage quality and quantity. Maize sole cropped and its intercropping with cowpea and mungbean in replacement and additive design were compared in RCBD in three replications. The results showed that intercropping systems had a significant effect on the dry matter yield, crude protein (CP) yield, neutral detergent fiber (NDF) and acid detergent fiber (ADF) concentration. The CP yield and dry matter of produced… 

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