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Response of pepper (Capsicum frutescens) to Canavalia ensiformis green manure in the rain forest zone of Ghana



Response of pepper (Capsicum frutescens) to Canavalia ensiformis green manure in the rain forest zone of Ghana



Agricultural and Food Science Journal of Ghana 4: 317-328



The response of hot pepper (Capsicum frutescens) to Canavalia ensiformis green manure was studied at Kwadaso in the forest zone of Ghana during 1997-99. The soil was a haplic acrisol with pH of 4.9, total N, available P and K contents of 0.14%, 20.1 and 42.20 mg/kg, respectively. Six treatments comprising C. ensiformis incorporation and mulch, each with and without mineral fertilizer and two sets of control (absolute and mineral fertilizer at a rate of 51-30-30 kg NPK/ha) were used.

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