By Anatoly Iv Opalko; S V Arsentyev
With contributions from top scientists in agricultural biology and younger researchers, this ebook examines the ecological results that usually come up with numerous equipment of accelerating crop productiveness. It additionally provides agroecological techniques to crop development and productiveness from a number of views, examines replacement strength assets, and discusses different difficulties regarding sustainable agriculture.
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Thus, the binary mixture with the gramineous component is not efficient enough for the selection evaluation of samples. The aim of this study is the selection of the most adaptive plants for the complex traits, among which the main aim is the competitiveness in the grass mixture including gramineous component (timothy-grass) and motley grass representative (Poterium polygamum). 2 MATERIALS AND METHODOLOGY To achieve the mentioned aim clover and timothy-grass were sown in ratio 1:2 (one part of clover and two parts of timothy).