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Cultivation of wheat without ploughing in the Chikugo heavy clay soil area. 4. Some aspects of suitable nitrogen application rate



Cultivation of wheat without ploughing in the Chikugo heavy clay soil area. 4. Some aspects of suitable nitrogen application rate



Report of the Kyushu Branch of the Crop Science Society of Japan ( 56): 114-116



In trials in 1984-85 at 2 sites, wheat was sown at 60-115 kg seed/ha with no tillage or with shallow or normal ploughing and was given basal N rates of 0, 50 or 86 kg/ha and 2 supplementary applications of 40, 60 or 90 and 30 kg N/ha. Although lower sowing rates were used, yields with shallow ploughing were higher than without tillage.

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