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Enhancing maize production in a Striga infested environment through weed management practices, sowing date and improved crop varieties
African Journal of Agricultural Research
A two-year investigation into the effects of weed management practices, sowing dates and maize varieties was made in a Striga endemic field at Minna, Nigeria. The treatment was a factorial combination of variety (SAMMAZ 15, 17, 37, 40 and SUWAN-1-SR-Y), weed management practices (weedy check, two hoe weeding (HW) at 3 + 6 weeks after sowing (WAS), pre-emergence (PE) Atrazine at 2.4 kg a.i ha -1 + 1 HW at 6 WAS and PE Atrazine at 2.4 kg ha -1 + post-emergence (POE) Nicosulfuron at 0.06 kg ha -1doi:10.5897/ajar2020.14950 fatcat:v6gdf6t5wnbshd5nw3dnggur5y