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The effects of time of ploughing and time of drilling on the development and yield of the winter wheat crop following a clover ley

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 March 2009

F. Hanley
Affiliation:
School of Agriculture, University of Cambridge
R. H. Jarvis
Affiliation:
School of Agriculture, University of Cambridge
J. D. Whitear
Affiliation:
School of Agriculture, University of Cambridge

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1. Two experiments designed to investigate the effects of different times of ploughing a clover ley on the growth and yield of the subsequent winter wheat crop are described and the results discussed.

2. Although the different times of ploughing led to considerable differences in the growth of the wheat, their effect on yield was not consistent. This in agreement with the results of an earlier series of experiments. The effects of time of ploughing are attributed mainly to the resulting differences in the physical condition of the seed-beds.

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1961

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Hanley, F., Bidgman, W. J. & Barker, M. G. (1957). J. Agric. Sci. 49, 251.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Percival, J. (1921). The Wheat Plant, p. 80. London.Google Scholar

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