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Research Paper | Agronomy | Ivory Coast | Volume 7 Issue 6, June 2018
Sugarcane Row Spacing Influences Cane Yield in Rainfed Conditions in Cote dIvoire
Kouame Konan Didier  | Soobadar Aneeza | Kassi Koffi Fernand Jean-Martial  | Kouame Koffi Gaston  | Toure Karamoko | Dove Harold James | Suman Seerutun
Abstract: Sugarcane smallholders yields in Ivorian sugar complexes have been about 39, 7 tc/ha over the seven last years. Three spacing between sugarcane rows (1.5 m, 0.5-1.3 m, 1.2 m) were assessed during three years under rainfed conditions at Ferk in Cte dIvoire. The study aims to identify the inter-row that might impact sugarcane yield. The experimental design was a split-plot with spacing as main factor and five varieties as secondary factor. The new row spacing (1.2 m) significantly increases sugarcane yield by about 18 %. All varieties reacted positively to narrowed spacing. However, varieties M1565/87 and M1246/84 gave the best yields, regardless of the spacing. This shows the interest of using these varieties and encouraging the new sugarcane row spacing so as to improve sugarcane productivity.
Keywords: sugarcane, row spacing, yield, rainfed, Cte dIvoire
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 6, June 2018,
Pages: 1852 - 1856
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