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Split application of fertilizer nitrogen and prediction of nitrogen requirement of winter wheat based on soil analysis



Split application of fertilizer nitrogen and prediction of nitrogen requirement of winter wheat based on soil analysis



Assessment of the nitrogen status of the soils: 37-43



The advantage of splitting the application of fertilizer nitrogen for increasing the yield potential (mainly achieved by increasing 1000-grain weight) is discussed. The amounts of mineral soil N + the first dressing of fertilizer N should total 120-140 kg N per ha.

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