Chwasty ściernisk zbożowych na różnych glebach Kielecczyzny. Cz. Il. Gleby bielicowe i brunatne wytworzone z pyłów wodnego pochodzenia i lessów oraz czarnoziem [Weeds of cereal stubble-fields on various soils in the Kielce region. P. II. Podzolic and brown soils developed from silt of water origin, loess and chernozem]

Franciszek Pawłowski, Maria Jędruszczak, Jan Majda

Abstract


The weedy status of the cereal stubble-fields on a fertile soils (podzolic and brown developed from silt of water origin and loess as well as chemozem) were asessed. The 243 phytosociological records, collected in 69 stands situated in 63 localities, were worked out. The species composition, number and constancy (S) and indice of coverage (D) of weed species are presented in the report. There were from 113 (podzolic loess) to 142 (brown loess) weed species on the edafic sites considered. The short-lived predominated among them (62–65%). The great floristic similarity was stated within the weed species occupied the investigated soils. The 88 species (including 27 perennial) were common for the each of them. From 24 to 37 species dernonstrated high (V–III) constancy degree, but only 5–12 along with high (over 200) indice of coverage.

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