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Studies on the fertilization of tobacco plants in volcanic-ash soil. 3. Effects of heavy applications of phosphorus on yields, quality of air-cured tobacco leaves and smoking taste of cigarettes



Studies on the fertilization of tobacco plants in volcanic-ash soil. 3. Effects of heavy applications of phosphorus on yields, quality of air-cured tobacco leaves and smoking taste of cigarettes



Bulletin of the Utsunomiya Tobacco Experiment Station (10): 125-138



In pot and field experiments with tobacco Matsukawa, high levels of applied P accelerated early growth, promoted harvesting date and increased yields and quality of air-cured tobacco.

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