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Effect of competition free period and technique and pattern of pearl millet planting on growth and yield of mung bean and total productivity in solid pearl millet and pearl millet/mung bean intercropping system



Effect of competition free period and technique and pattern of pearl millet planting on growth and yield of mung bean and total productivity in solid pearl millet and pearl millet/mung bean intercropping system



Indian Journal of Agronomy 27(3): 219-226



The increase in seed yield of mung bean resulting from a delay of 14 and 28 days in intercropping pearl millet between the rows was 31-41 and 63%, resp., compared with simultaneous sowing of both crops. Intercropping pearl millet by transplanting its seedlings, compared with direct sowing, decreased the V. radiata yields by 23-32%.

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