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Response of corn (Zea mays L.) grown on soils of three textural classes to plow layer water management



Response of corn (Zea mays L.) grown on soils of three textural classes to plow layer water management



Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 34: 1-3



In 3 soils (sand, loamy sand and sandy loam) maize Coker 71 was sown and sprinkler irrigated to give soil water suctions of 20, 40 and 60 centibar at a depth of 15 cm; non-irrigated controls were included. Fertilizer was given before sowing and in Apr. or May. Grain yields differed between soils, loamy sand giving the highest of 11 t/ha at 40 centibar, compared with sandy loam which gave 9.25 t at 20 centibar and sand, with 8.15 t at 20 centibar.

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