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Manurial requirement of flue-cured tobacco after kharif gingelly in heavy clay soils of Andhra Pradesh



Manurial requirement of flue-cured tobacco after kharif gingelly in heavy clay soils of Andhra Pradesh



Tobacco Research 10(1): 29-40



Brightleaf and total brightleaf equivalent yields of tobacco were increased when the crop was preceded in the kharif season by gingelly sown for green manure to which 30 kg each of N, P and K/ha were applied. Cured leaf yields were similar following green manure or a fallow period, but were reduced following gingelly grown for oil seeds. Application of 20 kg N/ha before planting tobacco gave opt. yields.

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