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From

Effect of Delayed Cassava Planting on Yields and Economic Returns of a Cassava-Groundnut Intercrop in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Thandar Nyi, Monicah Mucheru-Muna, Christ Shisanya, Jean-Paul Lodi Lama, Patrick K. Mutuo, Pieter Pypers, Bernard Vanlauwe

World Journal of Agricultural Research. 2014, 2(3), 101-108 doi:10.12691/wjar-2-3-3
  • Figure 1. Cumulative rainfall during the experimental period. G refers to Groundnut. Cassava or groundnut planting and harvesting dates are indicated
  • Figure 2. Groundnut grain yields as affected by the relative planting time of cassava in both seasons. Error bars represent standard error of difference (SED) for comparisons of all treatments. CG and PG refer to the cassava-groundnut intercrop and the pure groundnut, respectively
  • Figure 3. Groundnut biomass yields as affected by the relative planting time of cassava in both seasons. Error bars represent standard error of difference (SED) for comparisons of all treatments. CG and PG refer to the cassava-groundnut intercrop and the pure groundnut, respectively
  • Figure 4. Cassava root yields as affected by the relative planting time of cassava in both seasons. Error bars represent standard error (SED) of difference for comparisons of all treatments. CG and PG refer to the cassava-groundnut intercrop and the pure groundnut, respectively
  • Figure 5. Cassava stem yields as affected by the relative planting time of cassava in both seasons. Error bars represent standard error of difference (SED) for comparisons of all treatments. CG and PG refer to the cassava-groundnut intercrop and the pure groundnut, respectively
  • Figure 6. Sensitivity analysis evaluating the effect of changes in groundnut grain on the net benefits. Arrows indicate the current groundnut and cassava prices
  • Figure 7. Sensitivity analysis evaluating the effect of changes in cassava root prices on the net benefits. Arrows indicate the current groundnut and cassava prices