Maximum yield research for the early corn-late rice-winter tomato cropping pattern in Guangxi province

IPNI-1992-CHN-GX8

Maximum yield research for the early corn-late rice-winter tomato cropping pattern in Guangxi province, 1995 A winter tomato crop inserted into the early corn-late rice cropping sequence maximizes annual crop production yields and profits. Fertilizer rates of 375-240-300 kg/ha N-P2O5-K2O produced 8. 6 t/ha of corn; 180-90-150 kg/ha produced 7. 2 t/ha of rice; and 240-90-240 kg/ha produced 26. 2 t/ha of tomato. Read more


Year of initiation:1992
Year of completion:1996

Interpretive Summary

1995

Maximum yield research for the early corn-late rice-winter tomato cropping pattern in Guangxi province, 1995 A winter tomato crop inserted into the early corn-late rice cropping sequence maximizes annual crop production yields and profits. Fertilizer rates of 375-240-300 kg/ha N-P2O5-K2O produced 8. 6 t/ha of corn; 180-90-150 kg/ha produced 7. 2 t/ha of rice; and 240-90-240 kg/ha produced 26. 2 t/ha of tomato.



Project Leader

Tan Hongwei, Soil and Fertilizer Institute


Project Cooperators

None


IPNI Staff

Shihua Tu


Location

Asia \ Eastern Asia \ CHN \ Guangxi


Topics

4r rate, balanced nutrition

maize, rice, tomato