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Dry matter accumulation and nutrient uptake by potato cv. Kufri Badshah as affected by different levels of N and K in sandy loam soil



Dry matter accumulation and nutrient uptake by potato cv. Kufri Badshah as affected by different levels of N and K in sandy loam soil



Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 23(1): 65-70



In field trials in the rabi season of 1984-85 on sandy loam soil, potatoes Kufri Badshah were given 0-180 kg N/ha and 0-150 kg K/ha. Application of N and K increased DM accumulation in roots, tubers and total plant DM. Total uptake of N, P and K ranged from 112.06 to 201.02, 9.48 to 15.8 and 106.5 to 207.39 kg/ha, respectively, with different combinations of N and K applications.

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