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Effect of spatial and temporal cropping systems and fertilizer use on monetary benefit and energy use efficiency



Effect of spatial and temporal cropping systems and fertilizer use on monetary benefit and energy use efficiency



Farming Systems 9(1-2): 1-7



In field experiments at New Delhi in 1982-1984, Pennisetum glaucum BJ 104 was intercropped with Vigna mungo for grain, sunn hemp for green manure, V. radiata for grain, V. unguiculata for fodder, Cyamopsis tetragonoloba for fodder or dhaincha for green manure and sown in sandy loam soil in the kharif season and given 0, 80 or 160 kg N/ha. These crops were followed by wheat HD 2281 given 40 or 80 kg N/ha and then by V. radiata Pusa Baisakhi.

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