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Minimum soil cultivation and direct drilling of spring barley into uncultivated soil


Minimum soil cultivation and direct drilling of spring barley into uncultivated soil



Rostlinna Vyroba 23(10): 1031-1042



ISSN/ISBN: 0370-663X

In a field trial in 1973-5 at Hrusovany, spring barley Ametyst following winter wheat, sugar beet or grain maize was sown (a) by direct drilling following stubble breaking, (b) after disk ploughing to 10 cm, (c) shallow ploughing to 15 cm or (d) traditional deep ploughing to 22 cm and was given no fertilizer, 40 kg N + 17.5 kg P + 42 kg K or 80 kg N + 35 kg P + 83 kg K/ha.

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