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Agronomic Evaluation of 12 cultivars of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp) in Kabinda zone, Lomami province in DR CONGO

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Tshibingu MUKENDI, Valence NDAYINSENGA, Benjamin Ntatagolo MUTAMBA, Dominique Musenge KABONGO, Judith Kazadi NGOIE, Louis Longanza BABOY and Theodore Mushambanyi MUNYULI
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In the present investigtion, twelve cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) germoplasms were evaluate in Kabinda zone during the first growing season A 2015-2016. The main purpose of the investigation was to estimate the growth and yield performance of twelve cowpea germoplasms for improving selection in cowpea. The study was conducted using a randomized block design with for replications. The results showed that varieties CNGKASC2-1, CNGKASC5-2-0-T and CNGKASB6-1A gave higher seeds yields, whereas CNGKASB7B-1, CNGKAS C6-1-1, CNGKAS A7-0-L and CNGKAS C5-1-1-R had lower seed yields. They observed high positive significant correlations for vegetative and reproductive traits. Therefore, in the present study with cowpea, a high impact of direct effects of correlation suggested that going for plant height, number of leaves per plant, number of branches, number pod per peduncle, number of pod per plant; pod long and seed weight would be effective for improving seed yield in cowpea.

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