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Dynamics of mass increase and productivity of smooth brome grass and fescue grass with different nitrogen fertilization in field experiments 1. indexes of productivity and yields



Dynamics of mass increase and productivity of smooth brome grass and fescue grass with different nitrogen fertilization in field experiments 1. indexes of productivity and yields



Acta Agrobotanica 32(1): 53-68



On the basis of daily dry weight increment and assimilation area of the investigated plants the production indexes net assimilation rate, leaf area index and crop growth rate and yields of dry weight were calculated for 3 yr. The comparison of indexes and yields showed that the dynamics and mass increment of fescue grass are higher than those of smooth brome grass.

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