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Weed control and economic evaluation of full-season-double cropped, conventional and minimum tillage peanuts

Weed control and economic evaluation of full-season-double cropped, conventional and minimum tillage peanuts

Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 55

In field trials at 3 sites in Florida in 1984-85, effects of growing season, tillage type and weed management intensity on yields and net returns of groundnuts were evaluated. Full season production (groundnuts sown approx. 1 May) was superior to double-cropping (groundnuts sown approx. 15 June after harvesting wheat crop) at all sites with respect to yields and net return, regardless of tillage or weed management system used.

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