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Journal Article

Journal article

Sustainable agriculture: importance cultural practices adaptations in winter wheat production  [2007]

Kovacevic, D., Poljoprivredni fakultet, Beograd - Zemun (Serbia); Oljaca, S., Poljoprivredni fakultet, Beograd - Zemun (Serbia); Dencic, S., Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo, Novi Sad (Serbia); Kobiljski, B., Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo, Novi Sad (Serbia); et al.

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The objectives of this study were to examine influence conventional vs low-input technology on some important soil physical properties, weed control and grain yield of winter wheat. The main conclusion than can be drawn from the results is that the significantly bulk density has been reached in NT system. The implication of the results first figure can be seen in two next soil physical properties total porosity and air-filled porosity were significantly lower compared to CT and MT system, as a consequence of higher bulk density. The significantly higher the total number of weeds have been recorded, under NT what is expected tendency and it was especially to perennial weeds. Conventional tillage had better effect in weed control that both of conservation tillage systems had. Through these results we can see that low input cultivars yielded better than high input cultivars. The low-input cultivars outyielded than high-input cultivars. Alternative small grains (Triticum aestivum ssp. compactum, Tr. durum and Tr. spelta) gives lower grain yield compared with commercial cultivar NS-40S.

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Arhiv za poljoprivredne nauke

ISSN : 0354-5695