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By Isa Sa’idu
March 29 2017

maize plantInstitute for Agricultural Research at Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria has released three new varieties of maize, one of enriched with Vitamin A.
The new varieties have potential for high yield and they were tagged SAMMAZ 49, SAMMAZ 50 and SAMMAZ 51.
“SAMMAZ 49 and 50 are hybrids with orange colours respectively,” said Ibrahim Abubakar, executive director of the institute, at its review and planning meeting.
“SAMMAZ 49 is pro-vitamin 'A' hybrid and yields up to 7.8 tonnes per hectare.
“SAMMAZ 50 is drought and striga tolerant with yields of 9.3 tonnes per hectare, while the third variety SAMMAZ 51 is open pollinated.
https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/news/agriculture/abu-releases-new-maize-variety-with-enhanced-vit-a/191239.html

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