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I. Growing flue-cured tobacco to prespecified leaf chemistries through cultural manipulations. II. Statistical relationships among climatic, agronomic, and chemical data from selected flue-cured tobacco varieties grown in North Carolina



I. Growing flue-cured tobacco to prespecified leaf chemistries through cultural manipulations. II. Statistical relationships among climatic, agronomic, and chemical data from selected flue-cured tobacco varieties grown in North Carolina



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 41(6): 2012-2013



In field trials in 1977-8 at Clayton, North Carolina, tobacco was grown with (a) normal N rate + irrigation as necessary, (b) normal N rate + rainfall only, (c) normal N rate + leaching before topping and irrigation as necessary, (d) extra N + induced soil moisture stress and irrigation as necessary or (e) (in 1978 only) extra N + irrigation as necessary. In 1978 alkaloid contents of (e) and (d) were 0.83 and 0.92%, resp., higher and of (c) 0.47% lower than that of (a).

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