Cowpea (Vigna Unguiculata (L.) Walp) Seed Quality And Yield As Influenced By Manipulating Sowing Dates For The Management of Scab Induced By Elsinoe Phaseoli Jenkins, At Samaru, North-West Nigeria
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Abstract

Field experiment was conducted at the Institute for Agricultural Research (IAR) farm at Samaru, North-western Nigeria to investigate effects of sowing dates on incidence and severity of scab on yield and seed quality of cowpea.

The varieties, SAMPEA 6,SAMPEA 8, SAMPEA 11, TVx 3236 and Ife brown were planted at three sowing dates, August 9, 19 and 29 in 2016. The design used was Randomized Complete Block Design(RCBD) with three replications.

Parameters measured were disease incidence, disease severity and yield. Disease incidence and severity scores were taken at weekly intervals for ten weeks, and data was analyzed using SAS statistical software.

Introduction

Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata, L Walp) is a leguminous crop indigenous to Africa and a dicotyledonous plant belonging to the family Fabaceae (Schippers, 2002). It can be grown as sole crop, but more often planted alongside crops such as sorghum, maize or millet (Agbogidi, 2010a).

More than 5.4 million tones of cowpeas are produced worldwide, with Africa being the highest producer with nearly 5.3 million tones annually (IITA, 2010).

Nigeria, as the largest producer and consumer of cowpea, accounts for 61 % of production in Africa and 58 % worldwide, out of which Nigeria produced 5.1 million tones under cultivation area of 3.59 million / ha (NAERLS &FDAE, 2013).

Cowpea is one of the oldest crops known to man and an important food legume because of its nutritional value to man and usefulness as fodder to livestock (Agbogidi, 2010b;Davis et al., 1991).

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