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Effect of sequential planting, plant replacement, and planting date on marketable yield of bell pepper, Capsicum annuum var. annuum L



Effect of sequential planting, plant replacement, and planting date on marketable yield of bell pepper, Capsicum annuum var. annuum L



Journal of Vegetable Crop Production 1(1): 73-78



Trials of bell pepper Pip were planted out at monthly intervals from 16 May 1990 and 15 Apr. 1991 until July of both years on a Bernow fine loam at Lane. Peppers were harvested weekly. Marketable yields from the earliest planting were 20.6-21.7 t/ha and from the later plantings were 2.8-8.6 t/ha. Sequential monthly plantings increased the cumulative marketable yields to 39.5 t/ha in 1991.

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DOI: 10.1300/j068v01n01_08



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