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A contribution to the evaluation as preceding crop to wheat of annual green fodder sown alone and with legumes



A contribution to the evaluation as preceding crop to wheat of annual green fodder sown alone and with legumes



Bull. Dep. Agron. Mosonmagyarovar Coll. Agric. Sci 8: 1-11, 16-24. Bibl. 9



Soil fertility, as estimated by a following wheat crop, was increased by sunflower grown with peas or with peas and vetchling peas, by green maize with vetchling peas, and by Sudan grass cut before panicle emergence.

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