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Effects of Population Density on Yields of Two Soyabean (Glycine max) Varieties in Ghana Forest Zone

  • D. M. Osafo (a1)

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Seed yield in two soyabean varieties—one tall (Improved Pelican) and one short (V/1)—was mainly determined by the total number of main stem and branch pods produced when plant population density varied from 5·4 to 16·2 plants/m2. An increasing percentage of the pods was found on the main stems of Improved Pelican as the crop stand became denser.

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Aryeetey, A. N. (1975). 4th General Meeting of Soyabean Committee (Ghana).
Caviness, C. E. & Prongsirivathana, C. (1968). Crop Sci. 8, 221.
Hicks, D. R. & Pendleton, J. W. (1969). Crop Sci. 9, 435.
IITA, (1974). A. Rep. Int. Inst. Trop. Agric., Ibadan, Nigeria.

Effects of Population Density on Yields of Two Soyabean (Glycine max) Varieties in Ghana Forest Zone

  • D. M. Osafo (a1)

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