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Response of peninsular linseed to fertilizer treatment in Marmada Valley tract



Response of peninsular linseed to fertilizer treatment in Marmada Valley tract



Current Research 3(9): 109-110



In pot trials, linseed EB-3 was given no fertilizers or 20 mg N, 40 mg P or 20 mg K/100 g soil, alone or in all combinations. Plants given P alone flowered 10, 10 and 5 days earlier than those given no fertilizer, K alone and N alone, respectively.

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