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Studies on laborsaving direct sowing cultivation of sugarbeet 3. Trials to obtain stable and high yield



Studies on laborsaving direct sowing cultivation of sugarbeet 3. Trials to obtain stable and high yield



Proceedings of the Japanese Society of Sugar Beet Technologists ( 40): 107-113



Management of direct sown sugarbeet was investigated in 1996 and 1997, including herbicide treatments, control of damping-off and mixing fertilizers in soil in the furrow.

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