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The need for copper fertilization of wheat and barley grown on light brown soils



The need for copper fertilization of wheat and barley grown on light brown soils



Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczo Technicznej w Olsztynie (36): 175-183



Field trials at Olsztyn, Poland in 1977-81 showed that 5 kg Cu/ha was opt. for spring and winter wheat grown on brown soil with medium levels of available copper whereas 10 kg/ha was required by spring barley grown on brown soil low in available Cu.

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