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FF ZAMBIA: PLANT POPULATION STUDY IN MAIZE

The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of different plant populations on maize yield.

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TILLAGE AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT FOR ROW CROPS IN SUB SAHARAN AFRICA

The objective of this study was to determine the effect of tillage and traffic systems on growth and yield of maize and wheat.

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FF ZAMBIA: SINGULATION STUDY IN MAIZE

The objective of this study was to show the advantage of good singulation in maize production.

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FF ZAMBIA: WHEAT TILLAGE STUDY

The objective of this study was to show the effect of tillage treatment on wheat yield.

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FF ZAMBIA: MAIZE PLANTING DEPTH STUDY

The objective of the study was to demonstrate the effect of planting depth on maize grain yield.

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FF ZAMBIA: THREE YEAR SMALLHOLDER MECHANIZATION IN MAIZE

The objective of this study was to highlight the advantage of mechanized planting and fertilization in maize production for small holder farming in sub Saharan Africa.

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FARM TIPS: A DEEP DIVE INTO SOIL COMPACTION

Compaction has many forms and causes. Knowing the types and how to avoid them can help prevent losses in yield and ROI.

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FARM TIPS: Types of Soil Compaction

Compaction comes in many forms with many causes, some natural due to interactions of soil type and weather, but most caused by choices in timing, cropping methods, traffic patterns, equipment types and settings used in fieldwork.

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FARM TIPS: HARVESTING AND STORAGE

A healthy crop in field will yield good revenue for the farmer. But getting the crop off the field and to the market must happen at the optimum harvest time for best returns.

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