Study of the effects of agroecological conditions on yield and feeding value of spring barley grown in monoculture. Part I. Yield and mechanical features of grain

Dudas, F.; Sterba, A.

Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Brno, A Facultas Agronomica 29(1/2): 131-139

1981


Accession: 001258396

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Abstract
In field trials in 1974-6 with spring barley grown in monoculture and given 27 kg P and 72 kg K/ha, and N rates of 0, 30, 60 or 90 kg/ha with either normal ploughing or min. tillage in the previous autumn, grain yields were higher with normal ploughing than with min. tillage and at 90 kg N compared with 30 kg N/ha. N application increased yields of min. till plots compared with the same application to conventionally ploughed plots.