volume 51, issue 4, P27-35 2018
DOI: 10.2478/cerce-2018-0033
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O.A. Egbetokun, S. Ajijola, O.A. Awolola, D.O. Awoyemi

Abstract: Abstract In Nigeria, the traditional farmer finds it more satisfactory to plant a diversity of crops than planting sole. It is cheaper for farmers to grow many crops of their own requirements than to buy them. Hence, intercrop has remained the traditional farming practice in many other developing nations. Maize is a major cereal crop grown by all farming households all over Nigeria in combination with other crops. There are many studies on intercropping of maize with other food crops in Nigeria; however, many …

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