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Relation between the soil nitrogen reserve in March and optimum nitrogen application rate for sugarbeet



Relation between the soil nitrogen reserve in March and optimum nitrogen application rate for sugarbeet



Rostlinna Vyroba 33(9): 991-1000



In studies on 6 soils in the beet-growing region, a highly significant correlation was found at all sites between the content of nitrate-N in the 0-60 cm or 0-90 cm soil layers and optimum N dose (OND) for yields of raw sugar and refined sugar. Correlations with the 0-30 soil layer were mostly insignificant.

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