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Row spacing, plant population, and water management effects on corn in the Atlantic Coastal Plain



Row spacing, plant population, and water management effects on corn in the Atlantic Coastal Plain



Agronomy Journal 77(3): 393-398



Maize populations averaging 7.0 and 10.1 plants/msuperscript 2 in single and twin rows on a Norfolk loamy sand were treated with 3 water managements (non-irrigated and irrigated using tensiometers or a computer-based water balance) and given 200, 315 or 336 kg N + 30 or 43 kg P + 167 or 280 kg K/ha in 1980-82. Water management and plant population interacted significantly.

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DOI: 10.2134/agronj1985.00021962007700030010x



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