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A study of Italian ecotypes of lucerne


Informatore Agrario 56(29): 29-33
A study of Italian ecotypes of lucerne
A study was carried out over 3 years (1997-99) in Italy on the production efficiency (dry matter production) and persistence (dead plants after 15 cuts) of 14 ecotypes of lucerne (Medicago). Plants were grown in unheated greenhouses in cement containers (25 x 80 x 65 cm), each housing 48 plants. Each ecotype was represented by 480 plants fed with potassium (180 units K2O/ha) and phosphorus (120 units P2O5/ha) supplements at the time of sowing and after the first cut.


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