The effect of the basic soil tillage and fertilization system on spring barley productivity

  • O. O. Chernelivska Candidate of Agricultural Sciences
  • I. M. Dziubenko
  • V. O. Nakonechnyi Institute of Feed and Agriculture of Podillya NAAS
Keywords: spring barley, soil cultivation, fertilization, productivity, economic efficiency

Abstract

The results of studying the effect of the basic soil tillage and fertilization system on spring barley productivity are highlighted in the article. It is established that maximum fulfilment of the crop genetic productive potential can be provided by the organomineral fertilization system under shallow soil tillage or No-Till, which appears to be the most efficient and economically profitable and able to provide the spring barley yield of 4.17—4.79 t/ha under 70—98 % profitability.

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How to Cite
Chernelivska, O. O., Dziubenko, I. M., & Nakonechnyi, V. O. (1). The effect of the basic soil tillage and fertilization system on spring barley productivity. Feeds and Feed Production, (85), 76-81. Retrieved from https://fri-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/145