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



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



IV National symposium on tobacco, 19-22 January 1981 Abstracts of papers: 42



Studies made in 1975-9 to assess relative performance of certain flue-cured tobacco under varying levels of NPK after kharif-gingelly (sesame grown in the monsoon season) on heavy black clay soil showed that new Va-12 gave 28 and 37% higher cured leaf and TBLE yields, resp. than the standard CTRI Special.

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