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Response of Bragg soybeans to factorial combinations of phosphorus and potassium



Response of Bragg soybeans to factorial combinations of phosphorus and potassium



Louisiana State University Agricultural Experiment Station: 68th annual progress report, Rice Experiment Station, Crowley, Louisiana: 237-240



In field trials conducted at Crowley, Louisiana in 1976 to determine the opt. PK application for soyabean Bragg, the highest seed yields of 54.2 and 55.1 bu/ac were obtained with application of 90 lb P2O5 + 60 lb K2O/ac and 90 lb P2O5 + 90 lb K2O/ac, resp. Whereas K application appeared to have no effect on yield, av. yields over all K rates increased from 38-41 bu/ac with no P application to 51.9-55.1 with application of 90 lb P2O5/ac.

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