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Response by carrots to nitrogen and assessment of nitrogen status by plant analysis



Response by carrots to nitrogen and assessment of nitrogen status by plant analysis



HortScience 13(1): 43-44



Under the subtropical conditions of South Texas, carrots grown for >128 days showed a yield response to applications of 56 or 112 kg N/ha. An application of 168 kg N/ha did not improve yields over the 112 kg/ha rate.

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