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Shade, spacing and fertilizing of cocoa in Papua New Guinea

by Byrne, P.N.
Publisher: 1971Subject(s): THEOBROMA CACAO | INSECTOS DAÑINOS DE LA RAIZ | CULTIVO INTERCALADO | SOMBRA | ESPACIAMIENTO | ABONOS | RENDIMIENTO | PLANTAS DE SOMBRA | ABONOS NITROGENADOS | ABONOS DE OLIGOELEMENTOS | PAPUA NUEVA GUINEA | THEOBROMA CACAO | ROOT EATING INSECTS | INTERCROPPING | SHADE | SPACING | FERTILIZERS | YIELDS | SHADE PLANTS | NITROGEN FERTILIZERS | MICRONUTRIENT FERTILIZERS | PAPUA NEW GUINEA | THEOBROMA CACAO | INSECTE RADICIVORE | CULTURE INTERCALAIRE | OMBRE | ESPACEMENT | ENGRAIS | RENDEMENT | PLANTE D'OMBRAGE | ENGRAIS AZOTE | ENGRAIS A OLIGO-ELEMENTS | PAPOUASIE-NOUVELLE-GUINEE | INTERACCION FERTILIZANTE ESPACIAMIENTO | INTERACCION SOMBRA ESPACIAMIENTO | FERTILIZERS SPACING INTERACTIONS | SHADE SPACING INTERACTIONS In: Harvest (Papua Nueva Guinea) v. 1(4) p. 129-138Summary: Shade, spacing and fertilizing are the three major agronomic practices of importance to good cocoa yields. While there is a marked interaction between these, they will be discussed mainly as individual factors. Effective pest and disease control are equally important and should be given as much attention as agronomic practices.
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Shade, spacing and fertilizing are the three major agronomic practices of importance to good cocoa yields. While there is a marked interaction between these, they will be discussed mainly as individual factors. Effective pest and disease control are equally important and should be given as much attention as agronomic practices.

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