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Tropical tubers recommended as intercrops Cassava Yams Greater yam Lesser yam African white yam Edible aroids Elephant foot yam Tannia Taro Minor tuber crops Arrowroot Coleus
Agro techniques for cassava Improved varieties: Sree Visakham, H-165 Plant population: 9000 plants/ha Fertilizer dose: N: 50:50:100 Expected yield: t/ha
Agro techniques for yams Improved varieties Sree Keerthi Sree Priya Sree Dhanya Sree Latha Plant population: 9000 plants/ha FYM 10t/ha or coir pith compost 5 t/ha or in situ green manuring Fertilizer dose 80:60:80 kg/ha Expected yield: t/ha
Agro techniques for elephant foot yam Improved varieties: Sree Padma, Gajendra Plant population: plants/ha Fertilizer dose: 27:20:33 kg/ha FYM 12.5 t/ha + in situ green manuring cowpea Expected yield: t/ha
Agro techniques for taro Improved varieties: Sree Reshmi, Sree Pallavi Spacing: 60 x 45 cm on ridges Nutrient management: 12 t/ha 80:50:100 kg NPK/ha Expected yield: t/ha
Agro techniques for tannia Spacing: 90 x 90 cm on pits reformed into by mounds Manures and fertilizer: 12 t/ha 80:50:100 kg NPK/ha Expected yield: t/ha
Agro techniques for coleus Spacing: 30 x 30 cm or 45 x 30 cm ridges or mounds Manures and fertilizers: 60:60:100 kg NPK/ha 10 t/ha Expected yield: t/ha
Agro techniques for arrowroot Spacing: 30 x 15 cm Fertilizer dose 50:25:75 kg/ha Expected yield: t/ha
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