Medicinal Plant

2010, v.1(06) 1-3

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Effects of Different Inter-cropping Density on Growth, Development, Yield and Income of Glechoma longituba and Zea mays L.
Effects of Different Inter-cropping Density on Growth, Development, Yield and Income of Glechoma longituba and Zea mays L.

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[Objective] The research aimed to study the effects of different inter-cropping density on growth, development, yield and income of Glechoma longituba and Zea mays L. [Method] 5 treatments on Zea mays L. were designed with 3 times repeated by the randomized block design and the planting density were 1.20 × 104, 1.95 × 104, 2.70 × 104, 3.45 × 104, 4.20 × 104 plants per hectare respectively. The planting density of Glechoma longituba was 15.95 × 104 plants per hectare. [Result] When the planting density of Zea mays L. was 1.95 × 104 -2.70 × 104 plants per hectare, the growth, development of Glechoma longituba was good, its quality, yield and income were high. [Conclusion] The study can provide scientific basis for solving the problems on meeting the creeping growth and shade-loving and light-loving simultaneously, and can provide guidance for changing the traditional planting way of herb.

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基金项目(Foundation): Supported by Guizhou Specialized Project for Traditional Chinese Medicine (Scientific Collaboration Organization of Guizhou [2009]5037)

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