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Effect of NPK and trace elements on copper, zinc and manganese content in wheat grain



Effect of NPK and trace elements on copper, zinc and manganese content in wheat grain



Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, A 99(2): 39-47



In trials in 1965-8, wheat Starke and Roztocka were given 30-120 kg N, 30-120 kg P and 40-160 kg K/ha or the highest rate of NPK with a trace element mixture containing B, Zn, Cu, Mn and Mo. The grain Cu content was 20-35% higher in treatments with NPK fertilizer than in the control without fertilizer and Mn content was also increased, but not significantly. Grain Zn contents were variable and showed no trend with fertilizer application.

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