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RADIATION
Year : 1992  |  Volume : 11  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 174-175

Study of intercropping in periwinkle


Nagarjun Medicinal Plant Garden, P.K.V. Akola, Maharashtra, India

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R D Thakare
Nagarjun Medicinal Plant Garden, P.K.V. Akola, Maharashtra
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An experiment to study the feasibility of intercropping the short duration agronomical crops in periwinkle was conducted at Nagarjun Medicinal Plants Garden, P.K.V. Akola during 1988 - 89, 89 - 90 and 90 - 91. The highest monetary return of Rs. 15,604/ per hectare was obtained from an intercropping system of periwinkle and groundnut is row proportion of 2:1.


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