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Assessment of the nitrogen status of onions (Allium cepa L.) cv. Cream Gold by plant analysis



Assessment of the nitrogen status of onions (Allium cepa L.) cv. Cream Gold by plant analysis



Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 30(6): 853-859



Three field experiments were carried out during 1987-88 (1 site) and 1988-89 (2 sites) with Cream Gold onions grown on siliceous sands, to investigate the effect of N at rates up to 475 kg/ha on total-N, nitrate-N, K and P concentrations in youngest fully expanded blades (YFEB), bulked blades, necks and developing bulbs. The plant samples were collected when the largest bulbs were 25-30 mm in diameter. Nitrate-N concentrations were in the order YFEB > bulked blades > necks = developing bulbs.

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