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Response of snap bean plants to fertilization with phosphorus, potassium and manganese



Response of snap bean plants to fertilization with phosphorus, potassium and manganese



Agricultural Research Review 52(5): 149-159



The requirements of snap beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) for fertilizer K and Mn, with or without applied P, on clay loam alluvial soil were investigated. Treatments included 0 or 200 kg superphosphate/feddan as a single or 2 split doses, 0 or 100 kg K2SO4/feddan and MnSO4 as a foliar spray or seed treatment.

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