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Eskisehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi (2012)

Determination of appropriate plant arrangements and some agronomic characteristics of

Başçiftçi, Zekiye Budak

Titre : Determination of appropriate plant arrangements and some agronomic characteristics ofthe component crops in sweet corn-bush bean intercropping

Şeker mısır ve bodur fasülyenin karışık ekiminde ekim düzenlemeleri ve bası agronomik özelliklerin belirlenmesi

Auteur : Başçiftçi, Zekiye Budak

Université de soutenance : Eskisehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi

Grade : Doctoral 2012

Résumé
This research was carried out at Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Faculty of Agriculture research fields during the years of 2009 and 2010. The aim of the study was determination of appropriate sweat corn-bush bean intercropping harmony. Materials in use in the study was selected as Göynük 98 for bush bean and Merit F1 for sweat corn. Field trials was conducted in randomized complete block design with four replications. Sowing was done at same date for both components on rows which prepared as 50 cm apart from each others. In this study 2F+2M (two bush beans + two sweet corns) , 4F+4M (four bush beans+four sweet corns), M+F (bush beans+sweet corn) mix croppings were investigated. Sweat corn, one of the these two components, was being dominant, while bush bean act as non dominant. The performance of mix croping harmonies in two different years was determined by using datas which obtained from measurement on plants characteristics. According to the results of this study for each mix cropping harmony, the findins on the yields of each component, combine yields, quality features, land equivalent ratio (LER) and total profits levels indicated that M+F mixing was superior to others. Depend on market demand or farmer choice if share of the bush bean requested to be higher in combine yield then the 4F+4M mixing was appeared to be more appropriate. Présentation

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