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Studies on the absorption of chloride by Burley tobacco. 3. Effect of heaping the farm animal wastes in the open on the exclusion of chloride and its effects on yield, quality, chemical constituents and the smoking quality of Burley tobacco



Studies on the absorption of chloride by Burley tobacco. 3. Effect of heaping the farm animal wastes in the open on the exclusion of chloride and its effects on yield, quality, chemical constituents and the smoking quality of Burley tobacco



Bulletin of the Morioka Tobacco Experiment Station (13): 25-38



In FYM heaped in the open Cl content was reduced to 22% in 3 months and 10% in 10 months, K content was reduced and P and Ca contents were not affected. Addition of water decreased the Cl content to 10-20% regardless of storage period. In tobacco yield of air-cured leaf decreased slightly and leaf quality increased with increased storage duration. Plant Cl and N accumulation and alkaloid and nitrogenous base contents were lower with FYM stored for 10 months than with FYM stored for 2 months.

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