publication . Article . 2014

Productivity and agroenergy efficiency of forage crops at crop rotation on peat soils

V. Pronevych;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Balanced nature using, volume 5, issue 2 June, pages 53-57
In the field studies it has been shown that growing of perennial grasses in net long-term crops or field rotations with the share of no less than 66–77% is appropriate on peat soils that provide a high productivity and agrifuel production efficiency. Annual grasses (22-33%) are additional group of crops in the crop rotation and if necessary — tilled crops
free text keywords: peat soils, intensive rotations, productivity, agro-energy efficiency

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