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Methods for increasing yields of fodder crops


Methods for increasing yields of fodder crops



Nauchnye Trudy, Ukrainskaya Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Akademiya 133: 104



Papers contained in this issue describe methods for increasing yields of fodder crops in the Ukrainian SSR.

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Effect of fodder plants as main and catch crops on the yields and fertility of different soils. 1. Yields from rotations which include different fodder crops on sandy soil. Albr.-Thaer-Arch 5(9): 687-704, 1961

Effect of fodder plants as main and catch crops on yields and the fertility of various soils. 3. Yields from rotations with various proportions of fodder crops on loam at a moist locality.. Albr.-Thaer-Arch 7(3): 261-88, 1963

Effect of fodder plants as main and catch crops on yields and the fertility of various soils. 2. Yields from rotations with different portion of fodder crops on sandy loam at Muncheberg (E. Germany).. Albr.-Thaer-Arch 6(1): 48-67, 1962

Increasing the yields of fodder crops. Zemledelie 1: 16-17, 1980

Effect of fodder plants as main and catch crops on yields and the fertility of various soils. 4. Rotation trial with various proportions of fodder crops on very loamy sand in Neubrandenburg region (E. Germany).. Albr.-Thaer-Arch, 7: 10, 873-87, 1963

Effect of fodder plants as main-and catch-crops on yields and on the fertility of various soils. 5. Yields of rotations with different proportions of fodder plants on sandy soils in moist areas. 6. Yields of rotations with different proportions of fodder plants on alluvial soil in the Oderbruch. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch 9(3): 301-20, 1965

Effect of fodder plants as main-and catch-crops on yields and on the fertility of various soils. 6. Yields of rotations with different proportions of fodder plants on alluvial soil in the Oderbruch. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch 9(4): 377-97, 1965

Effectivess of different biometric methods when evaluating yields of fodder crops after several years. II. White clover (Trifolium repens L.). Acta universitatis agriculturae: Sbornik Vysoke skoly zemedelske v Brne Rada A: Spisy fakulty agronomicke 1(4): 39-46, 1983

Effect of various dates and methods of plough-ing-in perennial fodder crops on some physical and biological soil properties and on yields of the following crop. Pol'nohospodarstvo 12(6): 429-38, 1966

Effect of fodder plants as main- and catch-crops on yields and on the fertility of various soils. 7. Yields of rotations with different proportions of fodder plants on weathered gneiss soils in very moist areas. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch 10(3): 321-42, 1966

Effect of fodder plants as main-and catch-crops on yields and on the fertility of various soils. 5. Yields of rotations with different proportions of fodder plants on sandy soils in moist areas. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch 9(3): 301-20, 1965

Carotene studies in fodder crops 4 carotene content and carotene yields in fodder crops as depending upon the stage of vegetation meadow grass m maize m red clover d. Archiv fuer Tierernaehrung 17(6): 451-461, 1967

The possibilities of increasing fodder yields in Hungary with particular regard to the cultivation of fodder pumpkins and melons. Zeszyt. nauk. Szkol. glow. Gospod. wiejsk. Warszaw. : Rolnictwo. 195-201, 1968

Yields of rye for green fodder, and of undersown and subsequent annual fodder crops. Trudy latv. sel'.-khoz. Akad 14: 57-84, 1964

Carotene studies in fodder crops. 4. Carotene content and carotene yields in fodder crops as depending on the stage of vegetation. Arch. Tierernahr 17(6): 451-61, 1967