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Studies on the absorption of chloride by burley tobacco. IV. Nutrient uptake by burley tobacco and soil chemical properties as affected by autumn spreading of cattle manure



Studies on the absorption of chloride by burley tobacco. IV. Nutrient uptake by burley tobacco and soil chemical properties as affected by autumn spreading of cattle manure



Bulletin of the Morioka Tobacco Experiment Station (17): 65-77



Autumn application of 10-20 t cattle manure/ha resulted in opt. growth and maturing of burley tobacco leaves, although spring spreading gave higher leaf DM production. Cl uptake and content of cured leaves was lower for autumn than spring spreading.

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