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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVII, Issue 1
Written by Gergana MLADENOVA, Milena YORDANOVA

The aim of the research was to test how different plant species affect the growth and yield of cabbage when they are intercropped. The experiment was carried out in the experimental field of the University of Forestry - Sofia, in 2022. Five combinations were selected: cabbage+leek, cabbage+green beans, cabbage+dill, cabbage+tagetes, cabbage+”Weleda” seed mix, which were compared cabbage as sole crop. The seedlings of cabbage were planted in the period 25-29.07.2022 on the block method with four replications. The other crops were sown or planted at the same period. Compared to intercropping, sole crop cabbage has a smaller height and diameter of the product part. With the highest weight per cabbage is the combination of cabbage + green bean, while the lowest is the cabbage + Weleda seed mix, followed by cabbage + dill.

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