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Yield of spring barley and oats as influenced by the soil taken from different parts of a slope and by different fertilizer rates (pot experiments)

Yield of spring barley and oats as influenced by the soil taken from different parts of a slope and by different fertilizer rates (pot experiments)

Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczo Technicznegj w Olsztynie, Rolnictwo (2): 45-58

In pot trials in 1964-6, spring barley and oats were sown in soil taken from the top, middle or bottom of a slope either given no fertilizer or given NPKCa, NPK, NP, NK or PK. The highest grain yields were obtained by plants given NPK and grown on soil from the bottom of the slope, followed by NPK + top soil, then NPK + middle soil.

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