Selection for vegetative phase and actual filling period durationin short season maize
The first stage of plant regeneration from maize
somatic embryos is related to somatic embryo maturation and shoot induction development via cultivation in a culture medium with a high sucrose concentration (60 g L-1), and this regeneration initially occurs in the absence of light and without the addition of growth regulators.
Dalbulus elimatus on Senescent Maize
, Wild Grasses and New Maize
They use mainly Kentaurus and have been growing maize
successfully in clay soils for 20 years, yielding an average of 16 tonnes an acre.
7 million tonnes of maize
, in 2011 and the exportable surplus could reach 10 million tonnes in the 2011/12 season.
Nutrient uptake was calculated as a product of nutrient concentration, and shoot dry weight and maize
yield were estimated per ha.
Through its research and development activities, the Agricultural Innovation Program, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), makes maize
seed affordable for small, cash-strapped farmers, said Dr.
The composition of maize
cobs is affected by stage of maturity, cultivar, climate, soils and production methods (Szyszkowska et al.
25 member of maize
VEC committee from the National Agricultural Research System (NARS) of the country including Punjab,Sindh, Balochistan, KPK and AJK attended the meeting.
It expects to increase the productivity of maize
by utilizing tools that will be co-built with alliances to bolster agronomic conclusion making in maize
-dependent frameworks of different scales.
is a plant that expresses one or more proteins from Bacillus thuringiensis, soil dwelling bacteria.
I would like to congratulate the small scale producers of the Zambezi Region for this year's record harvest of between 6000 and 7000 tons of white maize
that will be marketed," Christof Brock, CEO of the Namibian Agronomic Board told the gathering at the Zambezi Bream Festival and Cultural Expo.