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Effect of different levels of nitrogen and cutting time on grain and forage yield of Karoon cultivar of barley



Effect of different levels of nitrogen and cutting time on grain and forage yield of Karoon cultivar of barley



Journal of Science and Technology of Agriculture and Natural Resources 5(4): 97-106



The effects of varying N rates and cutting time on the grain and forage yield of barley Karoon were investigated during 1995/96 in Ahwaz, Iran. The treatments consisted of 5 rates of N fertilizer (as urea, 45, 90, 135, 180 and 225 kg N/ha) and 3 cutting times (no cutting, cutting at early stem elongation without removing the reproductive meristem and cutting in the middle of stem elongation with subsequent removal of reproductive meristem).

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