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Integrated plant production systems in comparison - 1. Information: concept, yield and balance of nutrients

Integrated plant production systems in comparison - 1. Information: concept, yield and balance of nutrients

Gesunde Pflanzen 47(4): 123-130

Several integrated cropping systems were compared to a conventional cropping system in four crop rotations in an experiment in Germany. The location is characterized by high yields, with over 9 t/ha wheat and sugar harvested based upon a five year average. These yields can also be obtained using integrated cropping systems. N-fertilization did not differ significantly in either system. With regard to symbiotic N-fixation by pulses, nutrient balances were similar.

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