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Competition between spring barley and weed for applied nitrogen in pig slurry


Competition between spring barley and weed for applied nitrogen in pig slurry



DJF Rapport, Markbrug 64: 119-127



The experiment was performed in two spring barley fields in the organic six-course crop rotation at Foulumgaard, Denmark in 2000. The preceding crops were a 2nd year clover-grass and beets, and the weed density in the spring barley was 300 and 1800 plants/m2, respectively. Pig slurry was applied in microplots (30x40 cm) through broadcasting (incorporated with good slurry-soil contact) or injecting in bands at depths of 5, 10 or 15 cm (reduced slurry-soil contact).

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