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Yield of spring wheat and maize in a rotation on a leached chernozem soil (Kansk forest steppe zone) as affected by systematic application of fertilizers



Yield of spring wheat and maize in a rotation on a leached chernozem soil (Kansk forest steppe zone) as affected by systematic application of fertilizers



Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve (11): 14-17



In trials in 1970-9 on leached chernozem soil in the Kansk forest steppe zone, Siberia, effects of the systematic application of mineral fertilizers and/or FYM to crops grown in a 6-course rotation on grain yield of spring wheat and fresh fodder yield of maize were determined. NP, NK and NPK increased the wheat grain yield by 660-920 kg/ha when grown after spring wheat or maize. When grown after fallow, wheat showed response to P application but not to N application.

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