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Winter wheat after maize. Peculiarities of its (wheat) cultivation methods



Winter wheat after maize. Peculiarities of its (wheat) cultivation methods



Zemledelie, 11, 30-4



The results are reviewed of trials with winter wheat carried out by various research institutes and exper-ment stations in the USSR. Sowing wheat after maize harvested at the tasselling- to the milk-stage gave higher grain yields than when the maize was harvested at the different milk-wax stages.

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