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Title: Post-harvest siderates impact on the weed littering of Maize = Сидерати після збору врожаю впливають на бур’янові засмічення кукурудзи
Authors: Karpenko O. Yu., Rozhko V. M., Butenko A. O., Masyk I. M., Malynka L.V., Didur I. M., Vereshchahin I. V., Chyrva A. S., Berdin S. I.
Keywords: maize for grain; siderate; oil radish; winter rapeseed; shelf cultivation; chisel cultivation; weed littering
Date of publication: 2020-03-20 11:02:07
Last changes: 2020-03-20 11:02:07
Year of publication: 2019
Summary: The problem of post-harvest winter rapeseed crops usage influencing siderate and green fodder, oil radish impacting siderate and forage, root and post-harvest remains of winter wheat, and also cattle manure (40 t/ha) influencing the weed littering of maize and grain under conditions of grain-cultivated crop rotation has been revealed by PS of NUBiP of Ukraine - Agronomic esearch station. It has been proved that the cleanest crops of maize on the typical low-humus and light-loamy black soils remained in the variants where its predecessors were oil radish and winter rape on green fertilizer. Compared to control (root and post-harvest remains of winter wheat), weed amount decreased by 54 and 37% accordingly. Oil radish had a sufficient toxic effect on weeds as it was evidenced by their weight which in this variant decreased under shelf cultivation by 72% and under chisel cultivation - by 61%.
Higher yield of maize for both chisel and shelf cultivation was forming in variants with oil radish for siderate and green fodder. The yield increase was 0.3-1.0 under shelf cultivation and 0.7-1.2 t/ha under chisel сultivation.
Publication type: Статті Web of Science Core Collection
Publication: Ukrainian Journal of Ecology, 2019. - № 9 (3). - С. 300-303.
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