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Response of cauliflower cultivar Snowball-16 to various levels and methods of nitrogen application

Response of cauliflower cultivar Snowball-16 to various levels and methods of nitrogen application

Bangladesh Horticulture 3(1): 23-30

Nitrogen at 0, 40, 80 or 120 kg/ha was applied to a cauliflower crop by 7 different methods, including split doses and foliar sprays. Increases in growth and yield were proportional to the amount of N applied. Best results were obtained in response to 60 kg/ha as a basal dose followed by top dressings of 30 kg at 30 and 45 days after transplanting.

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