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Effect of bed orientation on tropical vegetable crops during the winter in the Sudan


, : Effect of bed orientation on tropical vegetable crops during the winter in the Sudan. Acta Horticulturae: 91-107

Yields of okra and Corchorus olitorius were higher from the south side of north-south orientated beds, but yields were similar from the east or west side of east-west orientated beds.

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