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Direct sowing of cereals

Direct sowing of cereals

Meddelelse, Statens Planteavlsforsog 87(1817): 4

In field trials in 1981-4 at 5 sites in Denmark (including Bornholm), conventional tillage (including herbicide application), direct sowing and direct sowing and harrowing for spring and winter cereals were compared. Direct sowing of spring barley resulted in grain yield losses of approx. 0.3-1.0 t/ha compared with conventional tillage. A light harrowing before direct sowing reduced the yield loss to 0.2-0.9 t. Av. yield with conventional tillage was approx. 4 t/ha.

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