La yuca como cultivo principal de un sistema de cultivo multiple | Land Portal | Asegurando los Derechos a la Tierra a través de Datos Abiertos

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Date of publication: 
Diciembre 1979
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Multiple cropping, sequential cropping, intercropping, mixed intercropping, intercropping in rows, in strips, relayed intercropping, cropping patterns, monoculture, crop rotation and land equivalent ratio are defined. The characteristics of multiple cropping and intercropping with beans are discussed; for the latter problems of competence are discussed (light, CO2, water and nutrients). Some cultural practices are recommended for cassava/bean intercropping: soil and fertilization type, water availability, propagation material, and weed, pest and disease control. (CIAT)||Se definen: cultivo multiple, en secuencia, intercalado, intercalado mixto, intercalado en surcos, intercalado en bandas o fajas, intercalado de relevo, patron de cultivo, monocultivo, rotacion de cultivos y relacion equivalente de terreno. Se describen en detalle las caracteristicas de los cultivos multiples e intercalados con frijol; para este ultimo se discuten los problemas de competencia (luz, CO2, agua y nutrimentos). Se recomiendan algunas practicas culturales para los cultivos intercalados yuca-frijol: tipo de suelo y fertilidad, disponibilidad de agua, material de propagacion y control de malezas, plagas y enfermedades. (CIAT)

Autores y editores

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 
Thung, M. Cock, James H.


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