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  1. The crop-management technology of permanent high beds and the Nmin-reduced method were introduced to the tropical lowland of southern Taiwan to increase vegetable production and prevent environmental pollution with nitrogen.
    10-01-2010 by omnithao
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  2. We studied yield, soil water, soil and plant nitrogen, root distribution, market supply and price, and production costs of vegetables in the tropical lowlands of southern Taiwan.
    10-01-2010 by omnithao
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  3. The results of this study with vegetables in a tropical, rice-based lowland indicate that stresses caused by excessive soil moisture in the rainy season and deficient soil moisture in the dry season are more detrimental to overall vegetable growth than li
    11-01-2010 by omnithao
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  4. The effect of permanent high beds between continuously flooded furrows on soil moisture stress, root growth, and yield was compared to traditional flat-bed cultivation in four vegetable crops in the tropical lowland of Taiwan.
    11-01-2010 by omnithao
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  5. Intercropping experiments with chili, maize and snapbean were conducted with high agricultural inputs in the tropical lowlands of Taiwan. None of the intercrops were able to reach monetary returns of the high density sole cropping treatments.
    12-01-2010 by omnithao
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  6. For reducing virus infection and for improving productivity we intercropped chilli pepper with maize in southern Taiwan. Intercrop treatments were effective in reducing spread of virus in pepper plants but led to reduction of overall pepper yields.
    12-01-2010 by omnithao
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