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MAIZE GROWTH, YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS AS RELATED TO SOME AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES
|Authors:||Shafshak, S.E.*; Abd EI-Halim, A.A.; Rosenberger, J.L; Saad, A.M.M. and Abmed, F.A.|
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Two field experiments were conducted at the Research and Experimental Center of Moshtohor, Faculty of Agriculture in I 991 and 1992 seasons. The obtained results can be summarized as follows: Delaying planting from May to July significantly reduced growth characters; number of leaves/plant, leaf area of the topmost car. LAI., plant height. ear height and stem diameter, in both seasons. Also, delaying planting from May to July significantly reduced car characters; ear length. car diameter, number of rows/car and number of kernels/row, in both seasons.