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Research into the prospects of expanding the cultivation of crimson clover in south-west Poland. 1. Variation in the morphological and chemical characters of crimson clover depending on the date of sowing



Research into the prospects of expanding the cultivation of crimson clover in south-west Poland. 1. Variation in the morphological and chemical characters of crimson clover depending on the date of sowing



Hodowla Roslin Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 23(4): 231-241



In field trials in 1972-6 on poor soils near Wroclaw, crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum) Opolska was sown at various dates between 9 Aug. and 17 Sept. at between-row spacings of 15 or 30 cm, and was given 40 kg P2O5 + 60 kg K2O or 80 kg P2O5 + 120 kg K2O/ha. The highest DM yields of leaves, shoots and roots were obtained from plants sown between 9 and 29 Aug. In these plants the roots were better developed and the assimilatory surface was greater than in plants sown in Sept.

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