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Effects of fertilisers on vegetable production. 2. Effects of nitrogen fertilisers



Effects of fertilisers on vegetable production. 2. Effects of nitrogen fertilisers



New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 29(3): 485-494



The effects of 5 different nitrogenous fertilizers, ammonium sulphate, ammonium sulphate + N-serve (a nitrification inhibitor), potassium nitrate, poultry manure, and urea, each at 5 application rates (0, 150, 300, 450, or 600 kg N/ha), on the total nitrogen (N) and nitrate content of spinach (a smooth-leaf and a savoyed-leaf variety) and beetroot were evaluated in a pot experiment using Wakanui silt loam soil. Total N and nitrate N generally increased with increasing N application rates.

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