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Studies on the causes of burn damage of tobacco leaves in paddy fields. 5. Effects of soil moisture on growth and senescence of tobacco leaves



Studies on the causes of burn damage of tobacco leaves in paddy fields. 5. Effects of soil moisture on growth and senescence of tobacco leaves



Bulletin of the Okayama Tobacco Experiment Station (38): 75-82



In tobacco B.Y. 4 grown in a poorly-drained paddy field, leaf growth until flowering was more rapid, but at harvest leaf area and DM wt. were lower than in a well-drained field. With poor drainage growth of lower leaves ceased before flowering and then leaves grew thinner and larger than those in the well-drained field. In the poorly-drained field N uptake was higher but N and chlorophyll contents/unit leaf area were lower.

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