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Feasibility of growing daincha in the interspace of ginger beds


, : Feasibility of growing daincha in the interspace of ginger beds. Indian Cocoa, Arecanut and Spices Journal 14(2): 65-66

Ginger grown in Kerala as a rainfed crop from Apr./May to Dec./Jan., responds well to 3 mulching treatments with leaves but, due to heavy deforestation, leaves are difficult to obtain. The possibility of growing daincha (Sesbania aculeata) in bed interspaces and utilizing the green leaf material for mulching was investigated. The ginger crop, Maran, was grown on raised beds (3 x 1 m with 50-cm interspaces). It was given a first mulch using locally-available leaves.

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