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Effect of phosphate and zinc application on lentil plants and some chemical compositions of alluvial soils

, : Effect of phosphate and zinc application on lentil plants and some chemical compositions of alluvial soils. Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Researchreceived 1996; 71(4): 873-882

Lentils (Lens culinaris) Giza 9 grown on alluvial soil at Shandaweel Research Station, Upper Egypt, in 1988/89, were given 0, 30, 45 or 60 kg P2O5/feddan applied during cultivation and 0, 150 or 300 g Zn/feddan as foliar spray 1 week before flowering. Seed yield increased with increasing P rate but was not significantly affected by Zn. Straw yield was increased by both nutrients. Seed protein content was highest (27.5%) with 45 kg P2O5/feddan, and was not affected by Zn.

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