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Performance of certain flue-cured tobacco varieties under varying levels of N.P.K. after kharif gingelly



Performance of certain flue-cured tobacco varieties under varying levels of N.P.K. after kharif gingelly



Tobacco Research 8(1): 29-33



Seven varieties were grown under four levels of NPK (equal proportions of 20, 30, 40 and 50 kg/ha) following a kharif crop of gingelly Va12 was superior to the other cultivars and gave 28% and 37% more cured leaf (kg/ha) and TBLE (total bright leaf equivalent) (kg/ha), respectively, than CTRI Special.

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