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Influence of irrigation, cultivation technology and nitrogen fertilization on weed infestation of spring barley in third four field crop rotation



Influence of irrigation, cultivation technology and nitrogen fertilization on weed infestation of spring barley in third four field crop rotation



Progress In Plant Protection: 4, 1402-1406



In the experiment carried out in 2001-2004 the influence of irrigation, cultivation technology and nitrogen fertilization on weed infestation in spring barley was investigated. Irrigation did not differentiate the number of weeds per unit area, but increased their weight. The highest number and weight of weeds were stated in low-input technology.

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