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Effects of tillage systems and crop rotation on weed populations, density, diversity and weed biomass in maize



Effects of tillage systems and crop rotation on weed populations, density, diversity and weed biomass in maize



Herbologia 8(1): 45-55



The study was conducted over 7 years (1994-2000) in field trials in the Experimental station of the Slovak Agricultural University near Nitra (west Slovakia). The evaluated crop rotation treatments were as follows: S1 continuous maize, S2 corn - spring barley rotation, S3 three-crop rotation maize for grain - common pea - winter wheat, S4 four-crop rotation maize for grain - spring barley - common pea - winter wheat.

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