THE EFFECT OF REDUCED TILLAGE, STRAW, AND GREEN MANURE ON COMPONENTS OF THE WINTER OILSEED RAPE AGROECOSYSTEM

Authors

  • Vaida Steponavičienė Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy
  • Lina Marija Butkevičienė Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy
  • Giedrius Žiūraitis Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy
  • Aušra Rudinskienė
  • Vaclovas Bogužas Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15544/RD.2023.001

Keywords:

winter oilseed rape, biometric parameters, yield

Abstract

The research focuses on how reduced tillage, straw incorporation, and green manure application impact different elements of winter oilseed rape agroecosystem. The main objective is to investigate the impact of these practices on biometric parameters and the yield of winter oilseed rape. The specific research objectives are to investigate the effects of reduced tillage, straw incorporation, and green manure application on biometric parameters and yield of winter oilseed rape. In pursuit of these objectives, the study aims to reveal the potential positive and negative impacts of these agricultural practices on the wider efficiency and sustainability of winter oilseed rape cropping systems. The research contributes to the understanding of the complex interactions between cultivation practices and the health and productivity of winter oilseed rape agroecosystems.

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Published

2024-03-05

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Section

Agro-innovations and Food Technologies