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Effect of side of planting on yield and quality of some vegetable crops

, : Effect of side of planting on yield and quality of some vegetable crops. Acta Horticulturae (143): 353-357

During the winter season in central and northern Sudan, summer vegetables such as okra, purslane and jew's mallow gave the best yield and quality when planted on the southern side of the ridge. The reverse was true for winter crops such as tomato, potato, garlic and sweet pepper. Results on eastern and western sides were similar to each other but intermediate between those on northern and southern sides for both winter and summer crops.

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