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Effects of intercropping beans with maize on angular leaf spot and rust of beans

Mark Alan Boudreau

Effects of intercropping beans with maize on angular leaf spot and rust of beans

by Mark Alan Boudreau

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Companion planting -- Oregon.,
  • Beans -- Diseases and pests.,
  • Beans.,
  • Corn.

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    Statementby Mark A. Boudreau.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination158 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages158
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    Open LibraryOL15205213M

    Intercropping is regarded as an important agricultural practice to improve crop production and environmental quality in the regions with intensive agricultural production, e.g., northern China. To optimize agronomic advantage of maize (Zea mays L.) and soybean (Glycine max L.) intercropping system compared to monoculture of maize, two sequential experiments were by:   Maize and haricot beans, according to the strengths and needs assessment carried out by Nuru International’s Monitoring and Evaluation team last year, are two of the most important subsistence crops that farmers in Boreda depend on (). Further research undertaken by the Agriculture Program team has shown that most farmers plant maize and beans on separate plots using continuous .

    rotation and intercropping cowpea and maize: cowpea growth and yield. Chapter 5 is on the Maize leaf area 66 Number of leaves per maize plant 68 Maize plant height 70 The interaction effects of cropping system, growth stage, site and nitrogen. Two rows of beans were planted in the space between maize rows, 10 days after maize emergence. Plant densities were achieved by varying the within-row spacing from to m for maize and to m for beans. Maize PPD significantly affected bean yield only during the second rains (b), probably due to a favourable moisture regime Cited by:

    maize and beans. The effects of bean density and planting time on bean nodulation, soil nitrogen levels, growth and final yields of maize and beans under intercropping system was investigated at the University of Nairobi, Kabete campus field station, on reddish brown nitosol clay. Maize-bean intercrop in single row IPA integrated with /20 N/P kg ha-1 was the most profitable with monetary advantage of 16% over sole cropped maize. Productivity of maize-bean intercrop can be further maximized by optimizing N requirements of bean to minimize belowground intercrop competition and enhance complementarity with maize. 13File Size: 4MB.


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Effects of intercropping beans with maize on angular leaf spot and rust of beans by Mark Alan Boudreau Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effect of intercropping beans with maize on the severity of angular leaf spot of beans in Kenya Article (PDF Available) in Plant Pathology 42(1) - 25 April with Reads. Seventh Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Maize Conference 11th – 15th February, pp.

EFFECT OF INTERCROPPING MAIZE AND BEANS ON STRIGA INCIDENCE AND GRAIN YIELD. G.D. Odhiambo1 and E.S. Ariga2 1Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (Kibos), P.O.

Kisumu, Kenya. 2Crop Protection Department, University of Nairobi, P.O. BoxNairobi, Kenya. Intercropping maize with common bean can result in increased availability of nitrogen to maize [24, [45][46][47].

The annual incorporation of unburned crop detritus into the mounds would have. It is expected that the reduction depends on the leaf area index developed by both the maize and the beans.

The higher the leaf area index of maize the greater the shading and conversely as forwhen the leaf area index of maize was the lowest as indicated by the low yield, the decrease in the yield of beans was correspondingly the by: intercropping maize-common bean and follow (4 plots×4 modalities´4×replicates).

Area of experimental design in each site was m2. Plant density was 24 plant/ m2 for sole common bean and 15 plant/ m2. In intercropping plots; Plant density was 12 plant/ m2 for File Size: KB. Compared with mono-cultures, beans grown in association with maize showed generally less incidence of the following diseases and pests: halo blight, bean common mosaic, anthracnose, common blight, scab,Phoma, mildew, bolworm and to a lesser extent angular leaf white mold and the black beetleSystates the opposite was observed.

Rust and aphilds were erratic in this by: The effect of intercropping system of sugar beet cultivar, Monte Bianco as the major crop with faba bean, maize and cabbage as the minor crops on the level of infestation of Empoasca spp. (nymphs and adults), Aphis spp. (nymphs and adults), B.

tabaci (adults), P. mixta (eggs and larvae) and C. vittata (larvae, pupae and adults) during /10 and /11 seasons are presented in Table 1, Table Cited by: 3. In the tropical Americas, maize (Zea mays L.) is grown with beans and squash (Cucurbita spp.). In both Africa and Latin America, beans or peas (Pisum sativum L.) climb tall cornstalks while pumpkins or squash cover the ground below.

In these countries, many farmers have limited access to agricultural chemicals and equipment so prevalent in the. A field experiment was conducted at Botswana College of Agriculture garden to investigate the effects intercropping maize and cowpeas on the performance of maize and cowpeas.

The treatments were sole maize crop, sole cowpea crop, intercrop 1 (spacing of 40 cm between of maize and cowpea) and intercrop 2 (spacing of 30 cm between maize and cowpea served as treatments. A field experiment was conducted at Botswana College of Agriculture garden to investigate the effects intercropping maize and cowpeas on the performance of maize and cowpeas.

The treatments were sole maize crop, sole cowpea crop, intercrop 1 (spacing of 40 cm between of maize and cowpea) and intercrop 2 (spacing of 30 cm between maize. effect of intercropping and legume diversification on intensity of fungal and bacterial diseases of common bean beatrice wambui mbugua b.

(microbiology and biotechnology) university of nairobi thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of master of science in microbiology school of biological sciences.

These treatments were compared to maize and bean sole crop controls. High maize yields led to low bean intercrop yields. However, there was little or no difference between sole bean yield and intercrop bean yields associated with lower maize yields.

Intercrop maize. Abstract. The effect of intercropping cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.) with cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) or maize (Zea mays L.) on bacterial blight of cowpea caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis ola was investigated in five cropping systems: cowpea monoculture at high density and at low density, cowpea-maize ‘within row’, cowpea-maize ‘in alternate rows’, and Cited by: Maize: Table 2 showed that the intercropping dry bean with maize didn’t significantly affect all the characters investigated except grain yield per area in maize (p.

Intercropping maize (90x30 cm) with rows of either Natal Sugar or Carioca between maize rows did not affect maize yield (Table i).

Planting beans in the same row as maize lowered maize yield \\hen maize was grown with Natal Sugar, but not when grown with Carioca. Maize yields at 90x30 cm and 90x60 cm spacing were not significantly different.

no adverse effect of intercropping on the leaf area development and biomass accumulation in maize, whereas these characteristics were reduced in intercropped French bean, which behaves as a poor competitor.

Further, maize grain was not affected by intercropping, while French bean seed yield was reduced by 50 per cent in intercropping. They. Free Online Library: A review on maize-legume intercropping for enhancing the productivity and soil fertility for sustainable agriculture in India.(Report) by "Advances in Environmental Biology"; Environmental issues Agricultural industry Agricultural research Agricultural systems Innovations Beans Environmental aspects Corn Cropping systems Legumes Mimosaceae Sustainable.

Maize yields were not affected by intercropping with soya beans but sorghum yields were reduced. Though the yield of soya beans when intercropped was less than that of a sole crop, the combined grain yield of the two crops in an intercrop was more than the individual components.

Land equivalent ratio (LER) increased to a maximum of about 48 and Cited by: A uniform population of 55, plants ha-1 and a constant row spacing of m were maintained for maize in both cropping systems, because any variation in intercropped maize, compared with sole cropping, would be attributed to the addition of beans between maize rows.

Sole beans were sown on a m row spacing. intercropping of maize (Zea mays) and soybean (Glycine max), a field experiment was conducted as factorial on the bases of randomized complete block design of three patterns with three replications. Three cropping patterns were maize monocropping (A), 2 rows maize and 2 rows soybean intercropping (C) and 2 rows maize and 4 rows soybean Cited by: 1.

of maize-bean intercropping(1) Luiz Balbino Morgado(2) and Robert William Willey(3) Abstract€–€Nitrogen supply and plant population are basic parameters for cereal-legume intercropping.

In order to study plant population and nitrogen fertilizer effects on yield and yield efficiency of maize-bean intercropping, a field experiment was.Effect of row proportion of haricot bean in intercrop on growth of maize crop (pooled data of 2 sites).

Maize:Haricot bean Growth parameters row proportion Plant height (cm) LAI Stover yield (t/ha) Sole maize a a a ab ab ab .Drip irrigation system was used as a source of irrigation. The laterals distances were cm apart and dripper 50 cm within laterals.

The dripper discharge 4 L hTomato (cv. Super Strain B) was planted in nursery at 1st August in both seasons then the seedlings were transplanted in permanent field on 15th September in both seasons in hills 50 cm apart and 1 m between laterals.