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Investigations on optimum plant population for pineapples in Kenya


, : Investigations on optimum plant population for pineapples in Kenya. Acta Horticulturae (49): 245-249

Uniformly sized crowns, Smooth Cayenne, were spaced at 46 100, 47 800, 53 800 or the recommended 43 000 plants/ha. Yields increased and individual size fell with closer planting.

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