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Effects of cultural techniques on wheat grown continuously



Effects of cultural techniques on wheat grown continuously



Les rotations cerealieres intensives Dix annees d' etudes concertees INRA ONIC ITCF 1973-1983: 413-425



In long-term experiments at Grignon, France the effect of cultural techniques on yields of wheat grown in monoculture was studied. Green manuring, straw incorporation, reduced soil cultivation, sowing dates, and fungicides applied in isolation were unable to reduce the differences between yields of wheat grown in monoculture and that grown in rotation.

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