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Grain yield of wheat and some causes of its variation at different technological levels of production

, : Grain yield of wheat and some causes of its variation at different technological levels of production. Investigaciones Agronomicas, Centro de Investigaciones Agricolas "Alberto Boerger" 5(1): 41-46

Factors affecting wheat grain yields over 13 years including high or low rainfall, sowing date and diseases at 3 technological levels, an experimental station, seed certification farms and ordinary farms, are analysed statistically and the results discussed.

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