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Response of wheat to graded doses of nitrogen as influenced by phosphorus application in acid soils varying in available phosphorus status



Response of wheat to graded doses of nitrogen as influenced by phosphorus application in acid soils varying in available phosphorus status



Fertilizer Technology 14(1/2): 97-103



In a pot trial in 1973-4 wheat Sonalika was grown on Nagrota, Bhadiarkhar and Palampur soils of low, medium and high available P status resp. and was given the equivalent of 0, 60, 120 or 180 kg N/ha and 60 or 120 kg P2O5/ha. DM and grain yield increased with increasing N application up to 120 kg/ha in all soils. The beneficial effect of N application was enhanced by higher levels of P application especially in soils of medium P status.

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