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Effects of sowing time and nitrogen fertiliser on canola and wheat, and nitrogen fertiliser on Indian mustard. II. Nitrogen concentrations, N accumulation, and N fertiliser use efficiency



Effects of sowing time and nitrogen fertiliser on canola and wheat, and nitrogen fertiliser on Indian mustard. II. Nitrogen concentrations, N accumulation, and N fertiliser use efficiency



Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 52(6): 635-644



Canola, Indian mustard, and wheat were grown at Ariah Park and Cowra (canola only) in the cropping belt of New South Wales, Australia, in 1990 to determine the effects of sowing time (canola and wheat) and nitrogen (N) fertilizer on N concentrations and N accumulation in shoots, N fertilizer use-efficiency, and N removal in grain of the crops. Concentrations of N in shoots of all crops decreased during the season, irrespective of sowing time or N fertilizer rate.

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DOI: 10.1071/AR00114



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