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Effects of different green manures and fodder crops on crop yields and phosphorus needs of potato-wheat systems in the north-western plains of India



Effects of different green manures and fodder crops on crop yields and phosphorus needs of potato-wheat systems in the north-western plains of India



Experimental Agriculture 24(1): 97-103



In a field trial in 1981-84 at Jalandhar, potato tuber yields were greater after green manuring with sunn hemp or Sesbania aculeata than after fodder crops of maize or Pennisetum americanum.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0014479700015738



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