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Interaction effect between clones and exploitation systems on yield and secondary characteristics of small-scale recommended clones



Interaction effect between clones and exploitation systems on yield and secondary characteristics of small-scale recommended clones



Bulletin Perkaretan 6(1): 21-26



Yield of rubber trees is influenced by the yield capacity of the trees and by the exploitation systems used. Each activity to increase yield by exploitation method affects the secondary characteristics of the trees. The objective of the experiment was to observe the relative yield capacity of 3 clones recommended for planting, i.e. GYT 577, BPM 21 and BPM 24, with GT1 as the control clone. Some exploitation systems were used on one or two panels on the same tapping day.

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