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Yielding and soil water content depending on conserving cultivation applied for plants grown in different crop rotations

Yielding and soil water content depending on conserving cultivation applied for plants grown in different crop rotations

Fragmenta Agronomica 24(1): 206-212

The effects of conservation tillage and different cropping sequences on soil water content of crop yield were studied in 2002-05 in Jelcz-Laskowice, Poland, on grey-brown podzolic soil formed from heavy loamy sand with a low humus content, medium phosphorus content, very high potassium content, and low magnesium content.

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