No. I (2010): Journal Of Agricultural Sciences - Supplement
Articles

The influence of crop rotation and nutrition regime in winter wheat on the phytomass remains and the deposits of weed seeds remained in the ground

Published October 5, 2010
Gheorghe-Emil Bandici
University of Oradea, Faculty of Environment Protection, Department of Agricultural, Oradea, Romania Corresponding author: University of Oradea, Faculty of Environment Protection, Department of Agricultural, 26 Magheru Str., zip code: 410048, Oradea, Romania
Ileana Ardelean
University of Oradea, Faculty of Environment Protection, Department of Agricultural, Oradea, Romania Corresponding author: University of Oradea, Faculty of Environment Protection, Department of Agricultural, 26 Magheru Str., zip code: 410048, Oradea, Romania
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Bandici, G.-E., & Ardelean, I. (2010). The influence of crop rotation and nutrition regime in winter wheat on the phytomass remains and the deposits of weed seeds remained in the ground. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (I), 10–13. https://doi.org/10.34101/ACTAAGRAR/I/8364

An important problem refers to soil weeds seed bank with special reference to brown luvic soils and relationship between vegetal remains
(roots + stub) and nutrition regime – crop rotation plant. A great number of seeds can be found in first 20 centimeters of soil (plowing
layer). This fact causes a high weeds density, which has a negative effect on the cultivated plants leading to partial or total crop loss.

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