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Effects of factors influencing the value of the previous crop (residue management) in a cereal/maize/sugarbeet rotation



Effects of factors influencing the value of the previous crop (residue management) in a cereal/maize/sugarbeet rotation



Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin Dahlem (232): 116-117



This paper was presented at the German crop protection conference held at Kiel on 6-10 Oct. 1986. Residual effects of previous crops, including plant and herbicide residues and tillage methods, on yields were studied in a rotation of cereals, maize (with or without triazine and glyphosate) and sugarbeet (with or without chloridazon, metamitron and aldicarb). After maize, soil loosening caused more pronounced yield depressions in winter wheat due to triazine residues than inversion tillage.

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