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Effect of foliar application of N-P-K on growth and yield of guava (Psidium gujava L.)

, : Effect of foliar application of N-P-K on growth and yield of guava (Psidium gujava L.). Advances in Plant Sciences 5(special issue): 313-315

A study was carried out on 5-year-old guava trees during 1986-88, with N (as urea) at 1, 2 or 3%, P (as single superphosphate) at 1% and K (as muriate of potash) at 1%, applied as a foliar spray alone or in combination. Water was used as a control. The solutions were applied at 1 litre/tree. Sandovit at 4 ml/litre was used as a sticker.

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