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Influence of irrigation and cultivation system on production and economic effects of spring barley cultivation



Influence of irrigation and cultivation system on production and economic effects of spring barley cultivation



Journal Of Research And Applications In Agricultural Engineering: 3, 22-26



This paper presents the results of experiments carried out in 1997-2000 on the influence of irrigation and cultivation system (organic, integrated and conventional) on yield and economics of spring barley cultivation. It was found that intensity of cultivation system increased grain yield, larger differences were recorded under irrigated conditions. The average increase in grain yield brought by irrigation was 0.81 tonnes/ha (24.5%).

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