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|Research center of Embrapa/Collection:||Embrapa Arroz e Feijão - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)|
|Type of Material:||Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)|
|Authors:||CARVALHO, M. da C. S.|
MELO, L. C.
FERREIRA, G. B.
DENARDIN, J. E.
MUTADIUA, C. A. P.
SILVA, H. R. da
MIRANDA, C. H. B.
SILVA FILHO, P. M. da
ROCHA, M. de M.
ALMEIDA, R. P. de
KAUDA, J. B.
|Additional Information:||MARIA DA CONCEICAO SANTANA CARVALHO, CNPAF; TARCISIO COBUCCI, CNPAF; LEONARDO CUNHA MELO, CNPAF; GILVAN BARBOSA FERREIRA, CNPA; JOSE ELOIR DENARDIN, CNPT; CELSO A. P. MUTADIUA, MRE-ABC; HENOQUE RIBEIRO DA SILVA, SRI; CESAR HERACLIDES BEHLING MIRANDA, CNPAE; PEDRO MOREIRA DA SILVA FILHO, CNPSO; NORMAN NEUMAIER, CNPSO; IVAN CRUZ, CNPMS; MAURISRAEL DE MOURA ROCHA, CPAMN; RAUL PORFIRIO DE ALMEIDA, CNPA; VALERIO MUSSA, IIAM-CZINw; GUILHERME DAMBA, IIAM-CZINw; JOHN B. KAUNDA, IIAM-CZINw.|
|Title:||Performance of six common beans cultivars in three different planting dates in Lichinga, Niassa, Mozambique.|
|Publisher:||In: SEMINÁRIO DE DIVULGAÇÃO DE RESULTADOS DA INVESTIGAÇÃO AGRÁRIA NO CORREDOR DE NACALA, 1., 2014, Nampula. Anais. Nampula: Instituto de Investigação Agrária de Moçambique, 2014.|
|Keywords:||Projeto Pro Savana|
|Description:||A field experiment was conducted in the area of the Centro Zonal Norte do Instituto de Investigação Agrária de Moçambique (IIAM), em Lichinga, Niassa, Moçambique, with the objective of checking out the performance of common beans cultivars in response to local environmental conditions. A complete 6x3 factorial experimental design was used, encompassing six cultivars of common beans (BRS Pontal, BRS Agreste, BRS Perola, and BRS Requinte, developed by Embrapa, Brazil; and two locals, Manteiga and Encarnada), and three planting dates (12/12/2012, 29/12/2012, e 13/01/2013). There was soil cover fertilization at planting (500 kg/ha of the mixed NPK 2-24-12) and after 20 days of plants emergency (130 kg de N/ha). Each treatment was replicated four times in the field, in randomized blocks (18 m2 each, with five liner of six lineal meters each, spaced 0,45 cm, with nine seeds seeded per meter). At harvest (area of 3 m within the central lines), it was evaluated the plant final stand, degree of lodging, number of pods per plant, number of grains per pod, weight of 100 grains, and productivity. The Brazilian cultivars showed higher productivity than the local ones within the studied conditions, especially BRS Agreste, with an average production of 2,387 kg of grains/ha. The best planting date was at the end of December.|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigo em anais de congresso (CNPAF)|