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A note on the effect of NPK fertilization on the performance of two flue-cured Virginia tobacco varieties under Gujarat conditions



A note on the effect of NPK fertilization on the performance of two flue-cured Virginia tobacco varieties under Gujarat conditions



Tobacco Research 5(2): 140-142



The effects of 20, 30 or 40 kg N, 0 or 80 kg P2O5 and 0 or 80 kg K2O/ha on the growth and yields of tobacco H262-7 and Hicks Special were studied. HR62-7 gave higher yields of green, cured and bright leaves and TBLE (total bright leaf equivalent), produced larger leaves, taller plants and more curable leaves/plant and flowered later than Hicks Special. Green leaf yields increased significantly with increasing N levels and cured leaf yields showed a similar but non-significant trend.

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