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Economic returns from cowpea and tomato intercropped at different cropping densities



Economic returns from cowpea and tomato intercropped at different cropping densities



Turrialba 45(3/4): 133-136



In field trials in Ondo, Nigeria, Vigna unguiculata TVX 3236 was sown in late April 1991 and late May 1992 in rows 60 cm apart with 30 cm between plants in pure stand or in single and paired rows alternating with single rows of tomatoes Ife no. 1 or in single rows alternating with paired rows of tomatoes.

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