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000263169 245__ $$aGroundnut Experiments at Coebiti in the Period 1972-1975: A Summary of Results
000263169 260__ $$c1978
000263169 269__ $$a1978-11-13
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000263169 336__ $$aConference Paper/ Presentation
000263169 520__ $$aIn Suriname groundnuts are grown on sandy ridges in the coastal area. Farmers' plots are small. Labour is scarce and the possibilities for mechanization are limited. As a result the total groundnut acreage is gradually decreasing. Large areas of sandy soil occur immediately south of the coastal clay belt. They vary in texture from sands to sandy loam and seem suitable for mechanized crop production. The potential of these soils, particularly the sandy loams, for annual crops is being studied in an experimental farm named Coebiti. One of the crops is groundnuts of which various agronomic aspects have been studied so far. The present paper summarizes the main results of experiments on the subjects of liming, plant density and spacing, and Cercospora leaf spot control, that were carried out in the period 1972-1975.
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000263169 546__ $$aEnglish
000263169 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000263169 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000263169 700__ $$aWienk, J.F.
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