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Economic aspect of sequential intercropping in sugarcane



Economic aspect of sequential intercropping in sugarcane



Indian Sugar 5(8): 599-601



In a field experiment in 1987-88 at Melalathur, Tamil Nadu sugarcane Co 6304 grown in paired rows (40/120 cm) and sequentially intercropped with 3 rows each of soyabeans, followed by Vigna mungo, followed by Bengalgram produced higher economic returns than other row number/legume intercrop combinations.

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