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Direct seeding of cereals in the southwest


, : Direct seeding of cereals in the southwest. Fermes modernes: 53 41-43


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Nolot, Jm, 1980: Direct seeding of winter cereals. Experiences in the southwest. Producteur agricole francais 56(262): 20-22

Schwaeger, D.B.rnhardt, H.M.kowski, N., 1977: High and safe yields by observing the seeding time of winter cereals with regard to seeding cereals with airplanes. Feldwirtschaft 18 (6) 275-277

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Schellenberg, M.P.; Waddington, J.; King, J.R., 1994: Direct seeding of alfalfa into established Russian wildrye pasture in southwest Saskatchewan. Experiments were started in each of the three years 1989-1991 to examine the effect of severing near-surface roots of established Russian wildrye (Psathyrostachys juncea (Fisch.) Nevskii) on the establishment of two alfalfa cultivars (Medicago sat...

Shin HaeRyong; Park HeungGyu; Kwon OhDo; Lee JungYang; Kim SukWean; Park TaeDong, 1996: Seedling stand and yield of direct seeding on flooded paddy surface of rice as influenced by soil conditions before seeding and seeding methods. In a field trial in 1995, sprouted or intact rice seeds were sown using hand broadcasting (HB), a tractor distributor (TD), an electric fertilizer distributor (EFD) or a furrow sowing drill (FSD) into ground which had been rotary cultivated (dry s...

Walther, R., 1941: The influence of even seeding on the yield of cereals; a contribution to the problem of the single-grain seeding. Regular seeding is an important factor in yield, and yield increase up to 2 dz./ha. were obtained by careful regulation of the evenness of seeding. Thus the increase by single grain seed was 2.8 dz./ha. in winter rye, 2.5 dz./ha. in winter barley,...