As shown in Table 4, and according to this method, the height of bush, seed number in a row of maize
, number of seed rows, and seed weight in maize
stayed/considered as effective attributes.
In addition, genetic engineering has permitted the introduction of genes into maize
that improve its nutritional value (CARNEIRO et al.
is a highly adaptable crop grown in abundance in a variety of climates, from arid to wet and from hot to cold, for human consumption, animal feed, and other uses, but apparently there is little literature on how maize
Dalbulus elimatus feeds and reproduces on maize
during the rainy season (Jun to Oct) (Barnes 1954).
During an open day at Marcross Farm, Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, farm management consultant, John Morgan, from the Maize
Growers Association, advised farmers to experiment with 20% of their maize
As news of the fall in maize
exports to Iran emerged, Ukraine's farm minister said grain traders were in talks with Iran to save a valuable market.
This research was conducted to provide information on the effects nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium (NPK) fertiliser at different rates on the abundance of AMF spores, colonisation by AMF, nutrient uptake, and maize
yield in maize
/Centrosema and maize
The Minister praised the Agricultural Innovation Program's (AIP) efforts to develop and introduce new, high-yield maize
varieties for commercial use.
cobs fall under the lignocellulose biomass classification; characterized by a close intertwining of cellulose (45% to 55%), hemicellulose (25% to 35%), and lignin (20% to 30%) (Deutschmann and Dekker, 2012; Menon and Rao, 2012).
It included six yellow and three white hybrids and one white OP variety of maize
and two S.
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has gained a US$12mn grant to increase maize
production in Nigeria, Ethiopia and Tanzania in the coming 4 years
is the most important cereal crop in sub-Saharan Africa and a widely grown staple consumed either as grain or flour.
The new Zambezi Dry land Maize
Champion is Fred Mwabi.
NAyROBy (CyHAN)- The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said on Thursday it plans to train more than 6, 000 farmers in Kenya to help tackle the re-emergence of the Maize
Lethal Necrosis Disease (MLND) which threatens maize
yields across the country.
After the update, an increase in stocks by 857A 000 tonnes was registered, mainly due to maize
and sunflower, according to data of Bulgaria's National Grain and Feed Service, as cited by farmer.