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The effects of mineral fertilizers on small-leaf tobacco


, : The effects of mineral fertilizers on small-leaf tobacco. Buletini i Shkencave Bujqesore 28(2): 103-110

Trials in Lushnja district, Albania, in 1985-87, examined the effects of various combinations of N, P and K fertilizers on yield and quality of tobacco. High levels of N delayed leaf ripening, prolonged vegetative growth and decreased tobacco quality.

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