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Response of different varieties of flue-cured Virginia tobacco under different levels of manures grown after kharif-gingelly



Response of different varieties of flue-cured Virginia tobacco under different levels of manures grown after kharif-gingelly



Central Tobacco Research Institute, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh: India, Central Tobacco Research Institute: Annual report 1973: 42-43



3 tobacco cultivars given NPK gave higher yields of bright leaf and TBLE when grown in the rabi season after sesame grown in the kharif season and given f.y.m. + NPK than when grown after fallow given f.y.m. in the kharif season. Cultivar CTRI Special gave the highest yields.

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