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The influence of green manure forecrops and of spray irrigation on the yield of late cabbage

, : The influence of green manure forecrops and of spray irrigation on the yield of late cabbage. Acta Horticulturae (29): 275-277

Cabbage planted on unirrigated plots with ploughed-in green manure yielded less than cabbage planted on unirrigated plots without green manure.

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