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Response of oat varieties to nitrogen and phosphorus application



Response of oat varieties to nitrogen and phosphorus application



Forage Research 2(2): 159-164



In trials in 1970-3 with 3 oat cultivars, average fresh fodder yields increased from 25.87 to 43 t/ha and DM yields from 5.28 to 9.19 t with increases in N rates from 0 to 80 kg/ha; yields decreased with 120 kg N/ha. Increased the P2O5 rates from 0 to 60 kg/ha increased yields from 32.44 to 39.94 t fresh fodder and from 6.5 to 8.37 t DM/ha.

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