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, : Crop agronomy section. Faculty of Agriculture, University College of Swaziland, University of Botswana and Swaziland: Annual report of the Agricultural Research Division 1975-1976: 9-35

CIMMYT high-lysine maize were more susceptible to pests and diseases than standard and yielded less than local In a mass selection variety trial at Malkerns, SR 52 and P 536 gave the highest yields. In trials at 5 dryland sites, SR 52 and P 353 yielded most. SR 52 gave the highest yield in an irrigated trial at Malkerns. Results of an irrigated trial of 8 for harvesting at the dough stage as green mealies are given.

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