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Influence of soil and climatic factors on fertilizer response of wheat grown on stubble land in southwestern Saskatchewan



Influence of soil and climatic factors on fertilizer response of wheat grown on stubble land in southwestern Saskatchewan



Agronomy Journal 66(2): 245-248



In trials in 1968-71, hard red spring wheat Chinook was sown in stubble on 47 plots and given 0-60 kg N and 0-10 kg P/ha at sowing. The effects of soil moisture and applied N and P at sowing, and rainfall and rainfall deficit during the growing season on grain yield, protein and P content were analysed by stepwise multiple regression.

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Accession: 000117862

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DOI: 10.2134/agronj1974.00021962006600020019x


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