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Intra- and interspecific competition in an association between Medicago sativa L. and Dactylis glomerata L



Intra- and interspecific competition in an association between Medicago sativa L. and Dactylis glomerata L



Sementi elette, 14: 2, 76-91. Bibl. 11



In a trial in 1963-6, lucerne and cocksfoot were grown in soil in containers at an initial plant density of 200 plants/m2, each species being grown alone or in association with the other in different proportions. It was concluded that lucerne and cocksfoot can be grown together, but that this mixture is not persistent and there is no advantage in keeping it for more than 2 years. Cocksfoot plants rapidly disappear because of competition from lucerne.

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