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Introduction of soybean and sorghum as a catch-crop in continuous cropping of durum wheat


Proceedings, second congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Warwick University 23-28 August 1992: 352-353
Introduction of soybean and sorghum as a catch-crop in continuous cropping of durum wheat
In trials at Foggia with durum wheat Isa, wheat was continuously monocropped, or soyabeans Hodgson or sorghum NK121 were direct drilled after harvesting the wheat (within the first 10 d of July) and harvested before 30 Oct. to allow autumn sowing of wheat. Dry conditions in 1987-91 limited average yields to 2.1 t/ha for soyabeans and 6.0 t/ha for sorghum. Wheat yields were increased after catch crops.

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