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Effects of foliar application of rare-earth elements and DPC on wheat



Effects of foliar application of rare-earth elements and DPC on wheat



Shanxi Agricultural Science (11): 4-5



Winter wheat 78-2 and Linfen 10 were given foliar applications of N,N-dimethyl-piperidinium chloride (DPC) and a compound fertilizer of rare-earth element nitrates at 150 and 500 p.p.m., resp., at the jointing stage. Both chemicals markedly promoted plant growth and increased grain yields. The rare-earth elements gave a yield increase of 8.1-18.2%, depending on the fertilizer level and water regime of the soil, while the yield increase with DPC varied in the range 4-10%.

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