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2004
Volume 7
Issue 1
Topic:
Agronomy
ELECTRONIC
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POLISH
AGRICULTURAL
UNIVERSITIES
Skinder Z. , Wilczewski E. 2004. FORECROP VALUE OF NON-PAPILIONACEOUS PLANTS CULTIVATED IN STUBBLE INTERCROP FOR SPRING BARLEY UNDER VARIOUS FERTILISATION CONDITIONS, EJPAU 7(1), #03.
Available Online: http://www.ejpau.media.pl/volume7/issue1/agronomy/abs-03.html

FORECROP VALUE OF NON-PAPILIONACEOUS PLANTS CULTIVATED IN STUBBLE INTERCROP FOR SPRING BARLEY UNDER VARIOUS FERTILISATION CONDITIONS

Zbigniew Skinder, Edward Wilczewski

 

ABSTRACT



Field experiments were carried out over 1996-1999 at the Experimental Station of the Faculty of Agriculture at Moche│ek in the vicinity of Bydgoszcz on a very good rye complex soil. The aim of the present research was to evaluate the forecrop value for spring barley of five species of fodder crops (white mustard, radish, winter rape, sunflower and phacelia) cultivated in stubble intercrop after winter wheat, depending on the fertilisation method (cattle slurry fertilisation, wheat straw with mineral fertilisers added and with mineral fertilisers only). The effect of stubble intercrops on spring barley fertilisation was slight and differed over years. On average over three research years the highest grain yields were obtained after sunflower and phacelia; however the yield increase, as compared with the control, was 3.3% only. Neither was there observed a significant effect of intercrop fertilisation method on barley yielding. Radish and winter rape significantly increased the content o

Key words: successive effect, spring barley, stubble intercrop, white mustard, winter rape, sunflower, radish, phacelia, fertilisation, slurry, straw.