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Studies on relation between degree of brown spot on tobacco and total amount of nitrogen in tobacco leaves



Studies on relation between degree of brown spot on tobacco and total amount of nitrogen in tobacco leaves



Journal of Jilin Agricultural University 17(3): 99-101



The results of the study revealed that brown spot of tobacco increased with increasing N in the leaves.

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