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Response of barley cultivars grown at two nitrogen levels

Response of barley cultivars grown at two nitrogen levels

Lantbrukshogkolans Meddelanden, A (247): 24

In 1036 cultivar trials in 1966-74, the response of barley plants to the application of 30 kg N/ha as Ca(NO3)2 in addition to the normal treatment which averaged 78 kg N/ha, varied widely with area and with year of trial. The average grain yield increase for Ingrid was 121 kg/ha, the effect being greatest in N. Gotaland where grain yields were increased from 4.59 to 4.84 t/ha by the addition of 30 kg N/ha; the optimum N application in this area was about 100 kg N/ha.

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