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Effect of crop residues on soil fertility and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum) - guar (Cymopsis tetragonoloba) crops in dry tropics
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Nazar Omer Hassan Salih, A. R. Mubarak, A.A. Hassabo
field crops/ N loss/ dry tropics / straw/crop residue/ Cymopsis tetragonoloba/ Triticum aestivum/ soil fertility/ wheat / guar
The effect of crop residue on soil fertility and yield of wheat - guar crops wear conducted in this experment for six seasons in a guar-wheat crop rotation. Across all seasons, average plant yield was higher in crop residue plots treatments than that foun
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