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Marugu: better than bread \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Mulaama, E. \ 2004
Dioscorea bulbifera, locally known among the Tiriki as marugu, a yam variety native to Western Kenya, is being revived to supplement the local diet. The marugu offers new opportunities for trade and nutrition and provides another economic outlet for ...
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Molecular and morphological analysis of isolates of Pratylenchus coffeae and closely related species \ Nematropica [Artikel]
Duncan, L.W. \ Inserra, R.N. \ Thomas, W.K. \ Dunn, D. \ Mustika, I. \ Frisse, L.M. \ Mendes, M.L. \ Morris, K. \ Kaplan, D.T. \ 1999
Morphological and genome variation between 32 nematode isolates identified originally as Pratylenchus coffeae, P. gutierrezi, P. loosi, and P. pseudocoffeae were characterized to estimate phylogenetic relationships among them. All isolates had numero ...
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Interactive effects of food legume cover crops on the productivity of sandy soils of Benue River Basins \ Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality [Artikel]
Obiagwu, C.J. \ Agbede, O.O. \ 1996
Intercropping trials were established in the wet savanna zone of Nigeria to assess the effects of ground akidi (Sphenostylis stenocarpa), pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan), local (kafanji) and improved (IAR-355) cowpea varieties (Vigna unguiculata) on soil ...
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Effect of type of supplemental nutrient on grass silage utilization by sheep \ Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality [Artikel]
Giustra, C.V. \ Hill, T.M. \ Hough, R.L. \ 1996
Results of a study undertaken to evaluate whether energy, ruminally degradable intake protein, ruminally undegradable intake protein, and (or) quality (amino acid profile) of undegradable intake protein affect voluntary intake or N retention of young ...
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Sustainable supply of stakes for yam production \ Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality [Artikel]
Obiazi, C.C. \ 1995
The need for yam staking; current trends in yam staking and the constraints; possible modifications in the current practice of yam stakes procurement; advantages of on-farm yam stakes procurement/production; selection of trees and shrubs for stakes p ...
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On-farm evaluation of yam staking material alternatives in a yam-cassava based cropping system in the forest-savanna Mosaic Belt of Nigeria \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Anuebunwa, F.O. \ 1994
A two-year farm-level trial during 1989 and 1990 was conducted to evaluate the use of live guinea corn (Sorghum bicolour) and maize (Zea mays) as low-cost alternatives to the conventional practice of using wooden stakes in yam-production in yam/maize ...
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A bio-economic evaluation of intercropping arrangements in a yam - cassava based cropping system in the rain forest belt of Nigeria \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Anuebunwa, F.O. \ 1992
In a farm - level trial in Nigeria the productivity of and income from single, alternative and double row intercropping arrangements for yam (Dioscorea rotundata) / maize (Zea mays) / egusi (Citrulus vulgaris) / cassava (Manihot esculenta) intercrop ...
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Comparative evaluation of some inter-cropping systems in the humid tropics of Southern Nigeria \ Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality [Artikel]
Ghuman, B.S. \ Lal, R. \ 1991
In this study the effects of intercropping maize (Zea mays) with a mixture of melon (Colocynthis vulgaris) and yam (Dioscorea rotundata) on soil moisture, soil temperature, rooting characteristics, and productivity of intercrop on an ultisol in Niger ...
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Woody species in auxiliary roles : live stakes in yam cultivation [Proefschrift]
Budelman, A. \ 1991
The objective for the research carried out for this PhD-thesis has been to contribute to the development of a low external input food cropping system that is productive and sustainable. The thesis consists of eight publications which make up a case s ...
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The effect of plant and animal waste combinations on intercropping yields in a tropical environment \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Agbim, N.N. \ 1988
In a study aimed at stemming the declining fertility of farmers small-holdings in Nigeria the effect of cassava peels mixed in different properties with cattle dung on the growth of maize, yam and yam-bean (Sphenostylis stenocarpa) intercrops was eva ...
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Productivity of yam under alternative cropping systems adopted by small - holder farmers of Southeastern Nigeria \ Agricultural systems [Artikel]
Okorji, E.C. \ 1986
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Root growth of some tropical crops in uniform columns \ Plant and soil : international journal on plant - soil relationships [Artikel]
Lal, R. \ Maurya, P.R. \ 1982
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Hoplolaimus bradys n. sp. (Tylenchidae, Nematodes), the cause of a disease of yam (Dioscorea sp.) \ Zoologischer Anzeiger : zugleich Organ der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft [Artikel]
Steiner, G. \ Lehew, R.R. \ 1933
Steiner and LeHew give a detailed account of the morphology of Hoplolaimus bradys n. sp., found in the tuber of a yam exported from Jamaica. </p><p>Two other species of the genus, which is closely related to Tylenchus, are known. H. bradys differs fr ...
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