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Sowing methods and grain yield of barley on cultisolic loamy soils


, : Sowing methods and grain yield of barley on cultisolic loamy soils. Moksliniu Straipsniu Rinkinys, Lietuvos Zemdirbystes Institutas, Agronomija ( 68): 5-13

In trials in 1982-84 on a loamy soil with barley sown broadcast or in rows 7.5, 10 or 15 cm apart, using 6 types of drills, seedbed preparation using a cultivator and harrow or a heavy-tined harrow gave average grain yields of 4.48-4.72 and 4.35-4.50 t/ha, respectively.

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