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Relation of soil type and soil properties to growth and quality of Burley tobacco. II. Effects of soil mineral N and applied N on the nitrogen uptake of Burley tobacco



Relation of soil type and soil properties to growth and quality of Burley tobacco. II. Effects of soil mineral N and applied N on the nitrogen uptake of Burley tobacco



Bulletin of the Morioka Tobacco Experiment Station (19): 191-202



In field trials tobacco Burley 21 was grown on (a) gravelly brown forest soils derived from Paleozoic sedimentary rock, (b) allophanic thick high-humic Andosols or (c) allophanic light-coloured Andosols, and 125 kg N/ha was applied. Residual nitrate N accumulated at 40-80 cm depth in (b) and topsoil mineralizable N was highest in (a). Leaf DW at harvest was highest on (b); on (b) DW of the upper leaves increased during maturation. Leaf N content at harvest was lowest on (c).

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