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Relations between a winter barley cover crop and different undersown crops

, : Relations between a winter barley cover crop and different undersown crops. Bodenkultur 45(1): 25-35

In field trials over several years on a pseudogley-parabrown earth from loess and an eroded parabrown earth from loess, a cover crop of winter barley Ermo was undersown with Festuca rubra, Lolium perenne or Trifolium repens at high or low sowing rates or not undersown. In a separate experiment, the cover crop was tested at sowing rates of 0-400 seeds/msuperscript 2.

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