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Estimation of the suitability of Ascherson's cocksfoot (Dactylis aschersoniana Graebn.) for field cultivation


, : Estimation of the suitability of Ascherson's cocksfoot (Dactylis aschersoniana Graebn.) for field cultivation. Hodowla Roslin, Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 36(3-4): 7-42

Microplot and pot experiments and chemical analyses performed in 1978-82 indicated that diploid D. aschersoniana (D. glomerata subsp. aschersoniana) was suitable for cultivation in mixtures with Medicago media under field conditions. Its soil requirements were similar to those of D. glomerata.

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