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Crop sequence studies with sorghum under rainfed conditions


, : Crop sequence studies with sorghum under rainfed conditions. Indian Journal of Agronomy 24(1): 97-99

Of several crop rotations tested on black soils of Andhra Pradesh in 1973-6, cultivation of sorghum in the kharif season followed by safflower in the rabi season gave the highest net profit.

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