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Nitrogen fertilization of cereals. 24. Effect of disease control on the nitrogen response of winter wheat and spring wheat with and without application of chlormequat


Nitrogen fertilization of cereals. 24. Effect of disease control on the nitrogen response of winter wheat and spring wheat with and without application of chlormequat



Stikstof 6(71): 452-458



In trials in 1970, benomyl at 0.5 kg/ha applied to spring wheat Kolibri at stage 7 and stage 10 (Feekes scale) was the best of 3 fungicides tested; at 70 kg N/ha yields were increased from 4.18 to 4.49 t grain DM and at 100 kg N/ha from 4.44 to 4.79 t. Corresponding figures where chlormequat was applied were 4.49-4.84 and 4.65-4.88 t/ha.

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