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The content of iron and manganese in the grain of spring wheat grown on orthic luvisols fertilized with sediment from sugarbeet washing

Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 434(I): 297-300

The content of iron and manganese in the grain of spring wheat grown on orthic luvisols fertilized with sediment from sugarbeet washing

In a field trial in 1990-93, spring wheat was grown on very good rye complex soil with sediment from sugarbeet washing (flume mud from beet sugar factories) added at 0, 10, 25 or 50% of the dry weight of the 0-20 cm soil layer in early spring. Half of each plot was given 80 kg N + 70 kg P2O5 + 50 kg K2O/ha. Grain Fe content increased from 47.9 mg/kg dry matter in the control to 64.7 mg/kg with 50% sediment, while Mn content decreased from 49.6 to 32.6 mg/kg.

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