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The effect of crop rotation on Avena fatua



The effect of crop rotation on Avena fatua



Journal of the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Re ic of Ireland 71: 39-45



A survey by Agricultural Advisors of 500 farms where spring wild oat (Avena fatua) had been observed showed that, in 1969, the weed was sparsely distributed in most of the infested fields. It occurred mainly in wheat and barley crops. It occurred most frequently in fields which in previous years had grown wheat, barley or peas, and least often following ley.

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