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Continuous barley growing. I. Effect on plant growth and soil conditions

Continuous barley growing. I. Effect on plant growth and soil conditions

Tidsskrift for Planteavl 83(1): 32-49

In six field experiments in 1974, 1975 and 1976, the effect of continuous barley on a number of plant and soil conditions was examined. The term "continuous barley" is used here to define barley grown on the same area for at least three successive years. Grain yields were on average 6% lower from continuous barley than from rotational barley. Although the magnitude of the yield decrease varied between experiments, rotational barley outyielded continuous barley in five out of six instances.

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