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NO3--N profiles in relation to irrigation and nitrogen levels in Indian mustard on deep alluvial soils



NO3--N profiles in relation to irrigation and nitrogen levels in Indian mustard on deep alluvial soils



Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 23(2): 101-108



The extent of downward movement of mineralized NO3-N under irrigation depends upon irrigation and fertilizer schedules. Great movement was observed in the irrigation of a sandy loam Typic Ustochrept soil with rapid permeability (K = 6-7 cm/h) under a crop of Indian mustard. Much of the eluviated NO3-N, however, was used by the crop later. There were only very low levels of NO3-N in all soil layers at harvest in years of normal crop growth.

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