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Models, Developments, and Perspectives of Mutual Legume Intercropping

Mikić, Aleksandar; Mihailović, Vojislav; Đorđević, Vuk; Cupina, Branko; Antanasović, Svetlana; Krstić, Dorde; Rubiales, Diego; Sarunaitek, Lina; Fustec, Joelle; Bedoussac, Laurent; Zorić, Lana; Perić, Vesna; Srebrić, Mirjana

(Elsevier Academic Press Inc, San Diego, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Mikić, Aleksandar
AU  - Mihailović, Vojislav
AU  - Đorđević, Vuk
AU  - Cupina, Branko
AU  - Antanasović, Svetlana
AU  - Krstić, Dorde
AU  - Rubiales, Diego
AU  - Sarunaitek, Lina
AU  - Fustec, Joelle
AU  - Bedoussac, Laurent
AU  - Zorić, Lana
AU  - Perić, Vesna
AU  - Srebrić, Mirjana
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rik.mrizp.rs/handle/123456789/575
AB  - This paper presents the current state of our knowledge of mutual legume intercropping, with an emphasis on its utilization in continental and Mediterranean climates. Its novelty is primarily reflected in the carefully designed schemes for two main forms of mutual legume intercropping. The first one is establishing perennial forage legumes, such as red clover, alfalfa, and sainfoin, with annual legume, such as pea, where the latter acts as a bioherbicide and concurrently contributes to the total forage yield in the first cut of the former. Another form is intercropping annual legumes with each other respecting the same time of sowing, that is, in fall or in spring, similar growth habit, especially stem length, time of maturity for cutting or harvest, and that one component has good standing ability and supports the other one that is susceptible to lodging. Since the prominently pioneering character of this research, most of the presented results, both published and unpublished, shown here for the first time, deal with forage and grain yield and its economic reliability in the form of land equivalent ratio, since this would surely be of the primary interest to the farmers to get introduced with. The first and rather advanced efforts have also been made in the physiology, anatomy, and biotic stress of both forms of mutual intercropping schemes. We anticipate that, together with further research in the said fields along with underground aspects, will make mutual legume intercropping one of the most promising answers for protein-rich food and feed worldwide.
PB  - Elsevier Academic Press Inc, San Diego
T2  - Advances in Agronomy, Vol 130
T1  - Models, Developments, and Perspectives of Mutual Legume Intercropping
VL  - 130
SP  - 337
EP  - 419
DO  - 10.1016/bs.agron.2014.10.004
UR  - conv_947
ER  - 
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author = "Mikić, Aleksandar and Mihailović, Vojislav and Đorđević, Vuk and Cupina, Branko and Antanasović, Svetlana and Krstić, Dorde and Rubiales, Diego and Sarunaitek, Lina and Fustec, Joelle and Bedoussac, Laurent and Zorić, Lana and Perić, Vesna and Srebrić, Mirjana",
year = "2015",
abstract = "This paper presents the current state of our knowledge of mutual legume intercropping, with an emphasis on its utilization in continental and Mediterranean climates. Its novelty is primarily reflected in the carefully designed schemes for two main forms of mutual legume intercropping. The first one is establishing perennial forage legumes, such as red clover, alfalfa, and sainfoin, with annual legume, such as pea, where the latter acts as a bioherbicide and concurrently contributes to the total forage yield in the first cut of the former. Another form is intercropping annual legumes with each other respecting the same time of sowing, that is, in fall or in spring, similar growth habit, especially stem length, time of maturity for cutting or harvest, and that one component has good standing ability and supports the other one that is susceptible to lodging. Since the prominently pioneering character of this research, most of the presented results, both published and unpublished, shown here for the first time, deal with forage and grain yield and its economic reliability in the form of land equivalent ratio, since this would surely be of the primary interest to the farmers to get introduced with. The first and rather advanced efforts have also been made in the physiology, anatomy, and biotic stress of both forms of mutual intercropping schemes. We anticipate that, together with further research in the said fields along with underground aspects, will make mutual legume intercropping one of the most promising answers for protein-rich food and feed worldwide.",
publisher = "Elsevier Academic Press Inc, San Diego",
journal = "Advances in Agronomy, Vol 130",
title = "Models, Developments, and Perspectives of Mutual Legume Intercropping",
volume = "130",
pages = "337-419",
doi = "10.1016/bs.agron.2014.10.004",
url = "conv_947"
}
Mikić, A., Mihailović, V., Đorđević, V., Cupina, B., Antanasović, S., Krstić, D., Rubiales, D., Sarunaitek, L., Fustec, J., Bedoussac, L., Zorić, L., Perić, V.,& Srebrić, M.. (2015). Models, Developments, and Perspectives of Mutual Legume Intercropping. in Advances in Agronomy, Vol 130
Elsevier Academic Press Inc, San Diego., 130, 337-419.
https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.agron.2014.10.004
conv_947
Mikić A, Mihailović V, Đorđević V, Cupina B, Antanasović S, Krstić D, Rubiales D, Sarunaitek L, Fustec J, Bedoussac L, Zorić L, Perić V, Srebrić M. Models, Developments, and Perspectives of Mutual Legume Intercropping. in Advances in Agronomy, Vol 130. 2015;130:337-419.
doi:10.1016/bs.agron.2014.10.004
conv_947 .
Mikić, Aleksandar, Mihailović, Vojislav, Đorđević, Vuk, Cupina, Branko, Antanasović, Svetlana, Krstić, Dorde, Rubiales, Diego, Sarunaitek, Lina, Fustec, Joelle, Bedoussac, Laurent, Zorić, Lana, Perić, Vesna, Srebrić, Mirjana, "Models, Developments, and Perspectives of Mutual Legume Intercropping" in Advances in Agronomy, Vol 130, 130 (2015):337-419,
https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.agron.2014.10.004 .,
conv_947 .
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