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Distribution of winery sludge on wheat

Distribution of winery sludge on wheat

Italian Journal of Agronomy 6(2): 85-95

ISSN/ISBN: 1125-4718

Wheat Pandas seeds were sown in clay-sand or clay-loam soils treated with 0, 53, 80 or 106 t winery sludge/ha in a field experiment conducted in Pisa, Italy during 1997 to determine the effects of the winery sludge on the crop. Winery sludge had a positive effect on the plant growth regardless of the soil type, resulting in increase in crop yield, as well as in the above- and belowground biomass of the crop.

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