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The effects of cattle slurry and inorganic nitrogen fertilizer on the yield and quality of spring barley



The effects of cattle slurry and inorganic nitrogen fertilizer on the yield and quality of spring barley



Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 90(2): 283-289



In trials in 1974-6, (a) cow slurry at 0-112.5 t/ha and (b) ammonium nitrate at 0-120 kg N/ha were applied to field plots factorially to test the effects on the yield and quality of spring barley grain. In 1974, (a) markedly improved grain yield of Golden Promise at each rate of N and increased grain size. Applying (b) with >37.5 t slurry/ha reduced grain yield below the max. The highest grain CP content (15.1%) was obtained with 112.5 t slurry + 120 kg N/ha.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0021859600055362


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