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Studies on the absorption of chloride by Burley tobacco. 1. Effects of chloride content in cured leaves on the chemical and physical properties and smoking quality of tobacco



Studies on the absorption of chloride by Burley tobacco. 1. Effects of chloride content in cured leaves on the chemical and physical properties and smoking quality of tobacco



Bulletin of the Morioka Tobacco Experiment Station (13): 1-12



In plot trials tobacco was given 10, 120, 220, 320 or 420 kg Cl/ha in the form of organic manure and KCl. Increasing the Cl rate decreased the leaf value but did not affect yield. Leaf Cl content did not differ with leaf position except for the uppermost leaves and Cl content increased with increasing rate of Cl application. Applications of Cl tended to increase leaf contents of total N, alkaloids and nitrogenous bases but did not affect contents of protein N, P or K.

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