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Asexual propagation of Panicum maximum (Guinea grass) at three stages of maturity

Asexual propagation of Panicum maximum (Guinea grass) at three stages of maturity

Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 81(3/4): 237-238

In 1991, 7 cultivars of Guinea grass were evaluated for number of shoots/msuperscript 2 at 16, 24 and 32 weeks after sowing at Corozal.

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