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Work in the University of Leeds - the effects of season, site and cultivation system on the growth and yield of spring barley



Work in the University of Leeds - the effects of season, site and cultivation system on the growth and yield of spring barley



UK, Agriucltural Development and Advisory Service; Agricultural Research Council: Maximising yields of crops Proceedings of a symposium organized jointly by the Agricultural Development and Advisory Service and the Agricultural Research Council, 17-19 January 1978: 123-128



Barley grain yields were compared at (a) Headley Hall (sandy clay to clay loam), (b) Oglethorpe (clay loam) and (c) Askham Bryan (medium sandy loam). At (a) yields in 1971-7 varied from 4.42 to 6.51 t/ha. In 1975-7, variation was less at (b) than at the other sites. Yield was not correlated with number of grains/m2 but was correlated with grain wt. Direct-drilled crops (d) yielded 3, 3 and 10% less than those after ploughing (e) at (a), (b) and (c), resp.

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