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The influence of catch crops on the composition, number and frequency of weeds growing in cereal crops on hilly soils



The influence of catch crops on the composition, number and frequency of weeds growing in cereal crops on hilly soils



Zemdirbyste, Mokslo Darbai 91: 40-54



Field experiments were conducted during 1997-2002 in Lithuania on the hillslopes with 5-6 degrees inclination to investigate the influence of catch crops grown in a cereal crop rotation and intended for ploughing-in on the changes of botanical composition, number, mass and frequency of segetal flora. The soils of the hilltop are attributed to Orthietric Regosols and those of the hillfoot to Eutric Albeluvisols.

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