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Influence of various soil cultivation methods on stand development and yield of winter wheat and winter barley grown after cereals in loess-chernozem soil



Influence of various soil cultivation methods on stand development and yield of winter wheat and winter barley grown after cereals in loess-chernozem soil



Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 31(2): 117-125



The influence of different tillage methods on plant development, grain yields and yield components of winter wheat and winter barley grown after cereal crops was studied in field trials on calcareous chernozem in 1980-84. Immediate partial fallow is still required for barley grown after wheat to control volunteer wheat.

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