IMPACT OF FOLLOW-UP LEGUMES ON GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY OF WINTER WHEAT AND COTTON IN THE CONDITION OF UZBEKISTANJournal: The Way of Science (Vol.2, No. 56)
Publication Date: 2018-10-30
Authors : Izbasarov B. Ganiyev S. Pulatov S. Hikmatov Sh.;
Page : 17-18
Keywords : mung bean; cowpea; soybean; growth; plant density; grain yield.;
According to the results of the study, the norms of optimal fertilizers for legumes and winter wheat, which were sown after the main crops – cotton and winter wheat-acceptable crops and subsequent crops under the gray soils of Jizzakh region, were determined. Also, it was revealed from the surveys that 15.8-62.2 and 16.0-65.2 kg of nitrogen were collected per hectare due to the increase in soil fertility after the second crop, the amount of humus in the 0-30 cm layer of soil, by 0.071 %. At the same time, the yield of cotton was 38.0-39.0 dt / ha, and in autumn wheat these figures were 57.3-59.0 dt / ha.
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