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Some recent ideas on fertilizer response curves



Some recent ideas on fertilizer response curves



Proceedings of the 9th Congress of the International Potash Institute, Antibes, 1970: 461-473



In field trials in 1959-63, the sugar yield-response curves for sugar beet given 0-250 kg N/ha consisted of a steeply rising linear portion and a linear portion in which sugar yield did not change or decreased slowly, even though yield of tops and roots continued to increase.

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