Methods of increasing the yields of wheat and barley on unirrigated land in Tadzikistan

Elkonin, N.G.

Selek. Semenovod, 6, 35-42

1946


Accession: 013759257

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Abstract
Most of the annual rainfall is from November to May, and most of all in April and May. The summer is hot and dry; but wheat and barley can be sown when the rains of autumn have begun, or are about to begin, and can continue growth during much of the winter. There is evidence to show that autumn wheat and barley after a bare fallow ploughed not later than April, or after a cleaning crop, result in better crops than wheat and barley sown in spring.