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Effects of genotype and weed control on the nutrient composition of winter spelt (Triticum aestivum ssp. spelta L.) and common wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp. vulgare)
The renaissance of spelt is associated with the development of alternative farming and a trend to maintain biodiversity. The present study carried out a comparison between two methods of weedingExpand
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The influence of selected agronomic factors on the chemical composition of spelt wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp. spelta L.) grain
Abstract The increase of spelt crop area is a result of overproduction of the basic cereals and the introduction of environmentally-friendly cultivation methods. Due to high interest in healthyExpand
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Agricultural Academy EFFECT OF WEED CONTROL AND SOWING RATE ON THE BAKING QUALITY OF SPELT IN COMPARISON WITH COMMON WHEAT
STANKOWSKI, S., S. PUŻYŃSKI, M. SOBOLEWSKA and W. BIEL, 2016. Effect of weed control and sowing rate on the baking quality of spelt in comparison with common wheat. Bulg. J. Agric. Sci., 22: 604-610Expand
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Effects of Limestone, Ash from Biomass and Compost Use on Chemical Properties of Soil
Abstract The aim of this research was to assess the use of biomass ash for fertilisation of mineral soil. The study involves the analysis of the effects of biomass ash applied to soil on the changesExpand
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ESTIMATION OF WHEAT STRAW AND RAPESEED USEFULNESS FOR WHEAT FERTILISATION IN ARABLE FARMING
The aim of the research was the estimation of wheat and rapeseed straw usefulness for fertilising plants in arable farming. The subject matter of the study was the analysis of the influence of soilExpand
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Evaluation of the rheological properties of dough and quality of bread made with the flour obtained from old cultivars and modern breeding lines of spelt (Triticum aestivum ssp. spelta)
Abstract This work evaluates rheological properties of dough and quality of bread prepared from the flour of ancient varieties and modern breeding lines of spelt compared to common wheat. SpeltExpand
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Effect of Habitat and Foliar Fertilization with K, Zn and Mn on Winter Wheat Grain and Baking Qualities
Cereal monoculture causes a series of unfavorable changes in field habitat, for example a decrease in technological quality and yield. This system can lead to a shortage of microelements in the dietExpand
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Suitability of soils developed on the basis of black coal ash as a forest habitat
The aim of the study was to evaluate the usefulness as a forest habitat, the technogenic soils developed by applying overlays containing organic matter in the waste substances, onto the layer ofExpand
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