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The quality of grain and malt of continuously grown spring barley in relation to agroecological factors






Rostlinna Vyroba 35(10): 1039-1047

The quality of grain and malt of continuously grown spring barley in relation to agroecological factors

In field trials in 1977-84 in the maize growing region with spring barley Spartan, Koral and Zefir, year of growing affected yield formation and grain and malt quality. N application reduced grain and malt quality. Compared with traditional tillage, minimum tillage reduced grain protein content but increased malt extract, relative extract and Kolbach's value. The burning or removal of straw gave higher grain and malt quality than ploughing in straw.


Accession: 001982598



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