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Investigations on sugarcane chlorosis in Uttar Pradesh. IV. Influence of iron, manganese and nitrogen applied as foliar spray on growth, yield and juice quality of chlorosis affected crop



Investigations on sugarcane chlorosis in Uttar Pradesh. IV. Influence of iron, manganese and nitrogen applied as foliar spray on growth, yield and juice quality of chlorosis affected crop



Indian Sugar 23(6): 525-528



Chlorotic cane was sprayed twice with 2% ferrous sulphate, 0.5% manganese sulphate and 2% urea, singly or in combination.

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