Articles

Separation of epistatic, additive and dominant effects on corn.

Mariano Mendoza, Alfonso López, Sergio A. Rodríguez, Carlos De León, Dan Jeffers

01-06 |

Confidence for recommending new corn hybrids in Panama.

Ismael Camargo-Buitrago, Román Gordón-Mendoza, Andrés González, Eric Quirós, Alejandro Figueroa

07-11 |

Forage production with native and hybrid corn (Zea mays).

Jorge Alberto Elizondo-Salazar, Carlos Boschini-Figueroa

13-17 |

The stimulation of rooting in mulberry (Morus alba) with indol butiric acid (IBA).

Carlos Boschini-Figueroa, Ana María Rodríguez

19-24 |

Earthworm populations under six weed control strategies in a banana plantation.

Renán Agüero-Alvarado, Silvia Rojas, Leonardo Pérez

25-29 |

Production of ramie (Bohemeria nivea (L) Gaud) cultivated for forage.

Carlos Boschini-Figueroa, Ana María Rodríguez

31-36 |

Technical Notes

Use of a mobile nursery to obtain a virulence pattern of common bean.

James Steadman, Gabriela Godoy-Lutz, Juan Carlos Rosas, James Beaver

37-39 |

Nutrient requirements of dairy cattle.

Jorge Alberto Elizondo-Salazar

41-11 |

Production of corn and forage soybeans for silage and partial marketing of the baby corn or ears crop.

Carlos Jiménez, Luis Pineda, Bernardo León, Alejandro Montenegro

45-48 |

Evaluation of white corn varieties in two communities of southern Costa Rica: apeasant experimentation.

Sayra Munguía, Juan Carlos Saborío, Hernando Cárdenas

49-53 |

Evaluation of tolerance to phosphorus shortage in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) in Cuba.. I. nutritive solution culture.

Luis A. Gómez, Vincent Vadez, Germán Hernández, Támara Sánchez, Vidalina Toscano

59-65 |

Analyzes and Comments

Strategies for selecting common bean with a higher resistance to web-blight.

James S. Beaver, Graciela Godoy, Juan Carlos Rosas, James Steadman

67-72 |

Twenty five years of systems improvement of corn in Central America: accomplishments and strategies toward the year 2000.

Hugo Salvador Córdova-Orellana, Salvador Castellanos, Jorge Bolaños

73-84 |