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Physicochemical indices of malting barley at increasing rates of balanced nitrogen fertilizer



Physicochemical indices of malting barley at increasing rates of balanced nitrogen fertilizer



Rasteniev' ' dni Nauki 26(4): 18-23



Barley Triumph, Berenice, Topaz, Maris Badger and Elsa were given 0-240 kg N, 0-240 kg P and 0-160 kg K/ha and effects on grain malting quality indices were investigated in 1980-82. The percentages of grain >2.5 and >2.8 mm decreased as NPK rates increased. Grain CP contents increased from 12.7 to 16.7% as NPK rates increased. Low NPK rates (30 or 60 kg N, 30 or 60 kg P and 40-60 kg K/ha) had small effects on grain physical characteristics while higher rates had detrimental effects.

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