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Aqueous leachates of Grewia optiva and Populus deltoides leaves were evaluated under laboratory conditions for allelopathic effects on the germination and growth of wheat (cv. HD-2285), maize (cv. local), chickpea (cv. local), bean (cv. Contender), and soyabean (cv. Punjab No. 1). The crops were...

Author(s)
Kaushal, R.; Verma, K. S.; Singh, K. N.
Publisher
International Allelopathy Foundation, Hisar, India
Citation
Allelopathy Journal, 2003, 11, 2, pp 229-234
Abstract

Diversification and sustainability in production are the two main goals to be achieved through short and long term strategies. Management of agroforestry systems in general and tree component in particular, exert strong influence on the performance and production ability of associated components....

Author(s)
Thakur, P. S.; Vaishnu Dutt; Chaman Lal; Sonam Singh
Publisher
Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, 2007, 12, 1, pp 41-49
Abstract

In field trials, the response of soyabeans and maize to tree-root pruning of adjacent multi-row field windbreaks at 2 depths (0.3 and 0.6 m) and at 2 pruning distances (the tree dripline and the windbreak height) were evaluated on Udic and Udorthentic Haplustolls in Pierce County, Nebraska, in...

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Rasmussen, S. D.; Shapiro, C. A.
Citation
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 1990, 45, 5, pp 571-575
Abstract

An account of intensive Poplar growing since 1959 on 10- to 15-year rotations in Jugoslavia with agricultural crops, covering the best species, varieties and clones, yields, site preparation, fertilizing, planting-stock production, spacing, tending, pruning, and protection. Maize has proved better...

Author(s)
Bura, D.
Citation
Sumarski List, 1962, 86, 9/10, pp 297-316

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