relay intercropping

relay intercropping

[′rē‚lā ′in·tər‚kräp·iŋ]
(agriculture)
A form of intercropping in which two or more crops grow simultaneously during part of the life cycle of each; that is, a second crop is planted before the first crop matures.
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Vrignon-Brenas S, Celette F, Piquet-Pissaloux A, Jeuffroy MH, David C (2016) Early assessment of ecological services provided by forage legumes in relay intercropping. European Journal of Agronomy 75, 89-98.
Agronomic performance of no-tillage relay intercropping with maize under smallholder conditions in Central Brazil.
David, "Contribution of relay intercropping with legume cover crops on nitrogen dynamics in organic grain systems," Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, vol.
Almeida et al., "Maizemucuna (Mucuna pruriens (L.) DC) relay intercropping in the lowland tropics of Timor-Leste," Field Crops Research, vol.
Relay intercropping, growing a second crop in a standing crop before harvesting when the standing crop is at its reproductive stage.
(2007) evaluated wheat-potato relay intercropping system and concluded that yield of potato was not influenced by relay intercropping but highest grain yield was obtained in sole wheat crop (Table 3).
Evaluation of Wheat-Potato Relay intercropping system in the mid hills of Shimla.
Relay intercropping cotton (seedling and growth stages) with wheat (reproductive stage) is a recent technology in crop intensification field, where, the crops overlap in time, growing as an intercrop, from March till May.
Relay intercropping pattern and solid cultures of both crops were illustrated in Figure (1).
The study indicates that relay intercropping wheat with cotton was more profitable to farmers than cotton solid culture (I) or growing cotton after wheat harvest (cotton solid culture II).
Prices of main products are that of 2011: $ 335.2 for ton of wheat grains; $ 1060.3 for ton of seed cotton; relay intercropping cotton with wheat increased variable costs of intercropping culture from $ 529 to 1448 and $ 465 to 1384 over those of cotton solid (I) and wheat solid + cotton solid (II) cultures, respectively.
(2002) stated that Cajanus cajan was the most appropriate legume species to suit a relay intercropping with upland rice as it produced reasonable amounts of biomass at low levels of rice grain yield loss and improved fallow by C.