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Response of promising varieties to nitrogen application in Tamil Nadu



Response of promising varieties to nitrogen application in Tamil Nadu



Indian Sugar 26(5): 299-301



Nitrogen was applied to 4 sugar cane cvs at 200, 250 or 300 kg/ha.

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