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Response of dwarf, medium-tall and tall cultivars of winter wheat to fertilizers and some physiological processes under irrigated conditions



Response of dwarf, medium-tall and tall cultivars of winter wheat to fertilizers and some physiological processes under irrigated conditions



Trudy Azerbaidzhanskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta, Agronomiya (1): 95-96



In trials during 2 years in Azerbaidzhan, the highest grain yield increases of 0.93-1.22 t/ha in tall winter wheat cultivars were obtained with 90 kg N + 90 kg P2O5 + 30 kg K2O/ha, 1.26-1.7 t/ha in medium-tall cultivars with 150 kg N + 150 kg P2O5 + 60 kg K2O/ha and 1.7-1.95 t/ha in dwarf cultivars with 210 kg N + 210 kg P2O5 + 90 kg K2O/ha.

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