Intercropping maize & forage type cowpeas in the Ethiopian highlands: I. Growth & dry matter yields. II. Soil moisture, soil temperature, solar radiation regimes and water use efficiency
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Part I deals with effect of cropping systems on growth; effect of cowpea variety on dry matter yield and on intercrop maize & cowpea; effect of intercropping on dry matter yield and on grain yield; intercrop vs sole dry matter yields; intercropping systems & total dry matter yields; effect of intercrop cowpea variety on maize grain yield, and evaluation of maize & forage-type cowpea intercropping system. Part II discusses light interception, soil temperature, total seasonal soil moisture dynamics, moisture dynamics at various growth stages, moisture dynamics at three depths and water use efficiency under a maize/forage type intercropping system on an upland soil in the Ethiopian highlands.