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Articles by A.M. Makinde
Total Records ( 2 ) for A.M. Makinde
  A.A. Adelusi , G.T. Odufeko and A.M. Makinde
  Soybean was subjected to weed stress employing Euphorbia heterophylla. The number of leaflets, pods, flowers, length of pods, plant height, leaf area, hundred seed weight, harvest index and number of pods and seeds were determined. There was no significant difference at p>0.05 in number of leaflets, flowers and plant height. Length of pods showed significant difference at p>0.05 among period but showed no significant difference among regimes. The critical weed free period fell between 28 and 38 days in this study. This period witnessed increase in the number of leaflets, number of flowers, number of pods, length of pods and plant height. After the critical period soybean suppressed the weed due to increase in crop height, leaf area and deeper and much branched root system. Soybean in monoculture regime reached physiological maturity earlier than plants in the mixed culture. Reproductive yield of soybean was better in the mixed culture.
  A.A. Adelusi , A.M. Makinde and A.E. Folorunso
  Morphological features and nutritional composition were investigated in Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench and A. moschatus (Moench). The seedlings, raised naturally on the field in sandy loam soil were analysed for height, length of petiole, length and breadth of leaves, number of leaves per plant, number of buds and the fruits produced. Proximate analysis was also carried out to determine the chemical composition of the leaves as well as the fruits. The two okra species share similar attributes. Number of buds were positively correlated with fruit yield in A. esculentus. The basal portions of the fruit of both species are rich in carbohydrates and fibers. The leaves are rich in fats and crude protein.
 
 
 
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