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Contributions to the development of some soil working methods for maize and wheat crops, with a view to reducing fuel consumption

, : Contributions to the development of some soil working methods for maize and wheat crops, with a view to reducing fuel consumption. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Cereale si Plante Tehnice, Fundulea 53: 299-311

In 1980-84 at Botosani on a clay-loam cambic chernozem, maize and wheat were grown in rotation.

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