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Control of scutch grass (Elymus repens) in continuous spring sown malting barley


: Control of scutch grass (Elymus repens) in continuous spring sown malting barley. Research Report, Plant Sciences and Crop Husbandry Division, An Foras Taluntais, 1986: 5-6

Various stubble treatments were compared for E. repens control in continuous spring sown malting barley Triumph. Treatments were (a) glyphosate, (b) spring tine cultivation and (c) rotary stubble cultivation. For treatments (a), (b), (c) and untreated control, E. repens control was 92, 85, 80 and 0%, resp., with grain yields of 5.26, 5.08, 5.09 and 4.02 t/ha, grain hectolitre wt of 60.04, 60.04, 60.96 and 57.50 and grain N percent of 2.09, 2.00, 1.97 and 2.09%.


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