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The effect of different fertilization systems on fertility of southern calcareous chernozem and on the yield of spring wheat in a grain-fallow rotation in North Kazakhstan

The effect of different fertilization systems on fertility of southern calcareous chernozem and on the yield of spring wheat in a grain-fallow rotation in North Kazakhstan

Agrokhimiya ( 12): 41-49

The effects of different rates of P, NP, and NPK fertilizers on soil P and grain yields of rotations were studied on a calcic Chernozem in northern Kazakhstan. Nitrogen fertilizers positively influenced spring wheat. Systematic P fertilization influenced the content of mobile P in the rotations. Nitrogen fertilizers affected the quantity of mineral and easily-hydrolysed N and of fixed ammonia.

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