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Field trials on Dwarf Cavendish bananas in Southern Malawi - Part II: Fertilizers and mulching


, : Field trials on Dwarf Cavendish bananas in Southern Malawi - Part II: Fertilizers and mulching. Acta Horticulturae (49): 263-267

Consistent yield responses to K fertilizers were obtained in the absence of mulch, and to mulch in the absence of K. P fertilizers had no effects.


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