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Cycling of nutrient elements in dernopodzolic sandy arable soils in conditions of intensive fertilization



Cycling of nutrient elements in dernopodzolic sandy arable soils in conditions of intensive fertilization



Agrokhimiya (7): 47-52



Experimental work in the Pskov region during 1982-86 examined nutrient cycling with reference to a four crop rotation (lupins, rye, potatoes, oats). Lupins and rye gave the most stable yields, potatoes and oats being more variable according to seasonal weather conditions. Biomass of lupins was the greatest, that of oats the least; ash content was lowest in oat and rye grain, highest in the overall crop residues.

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