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Effect of long-term fertilizing with CAN and anhydrous ammonia in a crop rotation on the yields and nematode populations of the soil

Effect of long-term fertilizing with CAN and anhydrous ammonia in a crop rotation on the yields and nematode populations of the soil

Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 26(3): 39-42

n a rotation of fodder beet-barley-horse beans-barley-rye-maize-wheat-rye on a sandy pseudogley soil, application of anhydrous NH3 gave a slight temporary reduction in the population of Pratylenchus crenatus.

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