Potential role for Stylo in traditional crop and livestock production systems in the Nigerian subhumid zone
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Discusses some methods of growing cereal Crops in association with Stylosanthes in traditional Crop-livestock production systems in the subhumid zone of Nigeria. Examines effects of undersowing Stylo on sorghum yield and total fodder; land preparation on grain & fodder production; land history on soil properties & maize response; and change in Crop geometry on grain & fodder yields.
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