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A new Amaranthus for clipping

A new Amaranthus for clipping

Indian Horticulture 27(3): 17-18

Amaranthus 'Co3', identified from a germplasm collection, is 90-100 cm high, has 12-15 branches, a leaf : stem ratio of 2.0 and yields 31 t/ha (= 2.5-3 kg/m2 plot) which can be taken in ten harvests at weekly intervals for 7 weeks starting 20 days after sowing.

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