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Systems of production and soil cover in direct sown crops


Documentos UEPAE Dourados ( 39): 117-122
Systems of production and soil cover in direct sown crops
Wheat or oats were direct sown in winter following harvest of crops of soyabeans, maize alone or with Calopogonium, Mucuna or Canavalia ensiformis, or rice with Calopogonium. Grain yields of wheat were highest following soyabeans and maize or rice with Calopogonium. Differences in straw yields were not significant but in wheat they were highest following soyabeans and in oats following maize or rice with Calopogonium.


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