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Dynamics of mass increase and productivity of Bromus inermis and B. unioloides grown in field trials with different rates of nitrogen. 2. Quality of yield


, : Dynamics of mass increase and productivity of Bromus inermis and B. unioloides grown in field trials with different rates of nitrogen. 2. Quality of yield. Acta Agrobotanica 32(1): 69-79

Data are presented on the contents of protein, amino acids, reducing sugars, CF, lignin, N, P, K, Ca and Mg in the above-ground parts of B. inermis and B. unioloides given annual applications of PK + 120, 240 or 360 kg N/ha.

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