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The effect of site and way of management on the content of mineral and mineralizable nitrogen in soils






Rostlinna Vyroba 43(10): 463-471

The effect of site and way of management on the content of mineral and mineralizable nitrogen in soils

Field experiments were carried out during 1991-1995 at 3 sites in the beet-growing regions of the Czech Republic. The treatments included different cropping systems and spring and autumn application of various rates of fertilizers, manures or liming materials. Results showed that the lowest values of mineral and mineralizable N occurred at one site where fertilizers had not been applied for a long period, and cultivated only with cereals.


Accession: 002984030



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