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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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