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Banana trials in Northern Sudan

, : Banana trials in Northern Sudan. Acta Horticulturae (49): 275-280

Two cvs, Bouga, a local selection, and Lacatan, an introduction from the USA, were potentially suitable for cultivation under the adverse conditions in the dry northern parts of Sudan. N was important for the production of continuing high yields. Low humidity, high summer temperatures and summer sand-storms may be partially responsible for the low yields.

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