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STUDIES ON SOIL AVAILABLE NITROGEN AS AFFECTED BY MULTIPLE CROPPING
soil nitrogen as affected by some maize based cropping systems under rainfed conditions.
Leguminous crop rotation resulted In significant build-up of available nitrogen content
of soil as compared to cereal-cereal or cereal-oilseed rotations. Highest net gain of soil
available nitrogen resulted from maize + soyabean-wheat crop rotation during both the years.
Malze-toria-wheat proved to be an exhaustive cropping sequence in respect of available nitrogen
content of soil.
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