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Garba, I.I., J.M. Jibrin, A.Y. Kamara, A.A. Adnan and B.L. Abdulrahman, 2020. Response of maize to secondary nutrients and micronutrients in the guinea savanna of Nigeria. J. Agron., 19: 120-130.
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