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University of Nottingham (1989)

Leucaena/millet alley cropping in India : microclimate and productivity

Corlett, Janet E.

Titre : Leucaena/millet alley cropping in India : microclimate and productivity.

Auteur : Corlett, Janet E.

Université de soutenance : University of Nottingham

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) : 1989

Résumé
The physical limitations on productivity in an alley cropping system were studied in a 0.5-ha field experiment at ICRISAT, Patancheru, India. Leucaena leucocephala was planted in July 1985 in double rows to form hedges and pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum [P. americanum]) was grown in the alleys between the hedges in 1986 and 1987 rainy seasons. Data were collected on pearl millet growth and development, water relations, light interception, temp. and microclimatic variables.

Mots clés : Leucaena/millet alley cropping Agronomy Plant diseases Horticulture Botany Agricultural engineering Agronomy Botany Agricultural engineering

Présentation : EThOS (UK)

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