Nitrogen Transfer of Two Cultivar Faba Bean (Vicia faba L.) to Oat (Avena sativa L.)
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Nitrogen fixed by the legume could be used by other plants, such as through rhizodeposition abnd direct transfer between roots. The possibilit,, of .N trun,rfer it? intercroppmg leguni-cereul huve iori,~be en obser~~eetl..s r~c.cirril~ leguni with short and del~sero ot. This experiment had hecn curried olrl to derermlne ~vherherth ere iilm h trcrli.y/er.frol~~ fuhu bean (Vicia,faba L.) growing in association with out (Avenu sutivcr L.) and whether there was dqfkrence hetweeri IIVO c*ultivur.s oj'fuba bean in the amount of N trans&. iMethods used were comple!e-mixed-rouf ((.'MR) he/ween.firhrr hetrn and out, and mixed ha/f'the root qfjbba bean wi/h out (SR). As cr lracer isotope "N 14~u.sz tsed ~n,#orm~ ?/'K'''A~O~ The experiment was carried out from May 2000 throzrgh ./untiuty 2001 in institute qf Agronony urid Plant Bre~~cliri,~. Llniversity of Goettingen Germany. The data of CMR method had great variance. Using SR method a positive value o/ IJ N enrichment was .found in oat indicated that transfr Nfrom faba bean cv. Minica and Scirocco occurred. There was no drfferencefound in the amount of N transferred between the two tested cultivars.