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BEHAVIOR OF SOME MAIZE HYBRIDS CULTIVATED WITH DIFFERENT PLANT DENSITIES
Journal of Plant Production
Two field experiments were carried out at the Agric. Exp. Sta. Fac. Agric., Cairo Univ., Giza, during 2009 and 2010 seasons to study the response of three hybrids of maize, Zea mays L. (S.C. 10, S.C. 122 and T.W.C. 321) to four plant densities (4.76 plants/m 2 , 5.56 plants/m 2 , 6.67plants/m 2 and 8.33 plants/m 2 ) on yield and yield components. Results showed that, significant differences between maize hybrids in plant height, number of ears/plant, barren %, LAI, number of kernels /row, graindoi:10.21608/jpp.2011.85582 fatcat:d26uqs5cinfbbeogiedd5escou