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Effects of different soil tillage methods and increasing nitrogen doses on continuous cropping of durum wheat



Effects of different soil tillage methods and increasing nitrogen doses on continuous cropping of durum wheat



Rivista di Agronomia 20(2/3): 226-232



In trials in 1982-84 durum wheat was grown following deep ploughing, chisel ploughing, shallow ploughing or rotary hoeing, was given 50, 100 or 150 kg nitrogen/ha and weeds were controlled manually or by application of 5 kg MCPA + 3 kg diclofop methyl/ha. In the 1982-83 season yields averaged 1.65 t/ha and increased as number of tillage operations and tillage depth decreased.

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