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Experimental technique in trials with intercrops - okra and French beans

, : Experimental technique in trials with intercrops - okra and French beans. Madras Agricultural Journal 75(11-12): 371-375

Okra Pusa Sawani and French beans Arka Komal were intercropped to determine the optimum plot size for intercropping experiments. A plot of 16 units, each unit consisting of 2 okra plants planted 15 cm apart and 3 bean plants sown 10 cm apart, was optimal for analyses based on LER (land equivalent ratio), average nutritive value and protein content.


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