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Characteristics of mineral nutrition and yield formation in white head cabbage cultivars as dependent on fertilization. Part 3. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium content in cabbage plants



Characteristics of mineral nutrition and yield formation in white head cabbage cultivars as dependent on fertilization. Part 3. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium content in cabbage plants



Agrokhimiya (7): 57-64



Nutrient element content per unit DW in different plant parts depended on cultivar and fertilizer rate, and decreased with advancing growth and development. A high correlation was found between head yield and N content during early plant development (up to the 8- to 10-leaf stage) and could be used with other criteria to forecast yield.

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