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Effect of some agrotechnical methods on yield of small-seeded oil crops



Effect of some agrotechnical methods on yield of small-seeded oil crops



Tekhnicheskie Kul' tury ( 3/4): 16-17



In field trials on chernozem soil at Zaporozh'e, Sinapis alba, spring rape and oilseed flax were grown after ploughing, blade cultivation to 22-25 cm depth or shallow cultivation (10-12 cm), followed by harrowing, cultivating and rolling in spring. Soil moisture content at sowing was greatest after ploughing. Weed infestation was greatest after shallow cultivation and least after ploughing. S. alba yielded >1.5 t seeds/ha, rape 1.28-1.39 t and oilseed flax 0.98-1.05 t.

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