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Rotational Crop Sequences and N Fertilization Levels Effect on Maize Growth and Productivity
Alexandria Science Exchange Journal An International Quarterly Journal of Science Agricultural Environments
Two field experiments were conducted during the period from 2009/2010 winter season to 2013 summer season to investigate the response of maize (cv. Giza 10) to twelve preceding crop sequences, differing in legumes to non-legumes ratios and terminal crop, under 252, 288 and 324 kg N/ha. Maize traits, i.e. plant height, ear leaf area, leaf area index, ear grain weight, 100-grain weight and grain yield/ha, responded significantly to crop sequences. They were increased with increase of legumesdoi:10.21608/asejaiqjsae.2014.2590 fatcat:ox2cppnhcrdcveojzy46zkybga