By Roger G. Petersen
This article presents statistical and biometrical strategies for designing, undertaking, studying and studying box experiments. It addresses crucial study themes in agriculture, together with agronomy, breeding and pasture trials; farming platforms examine; and intercropping study.
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Agricultural Field Experiments by Roger G. Petersen