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Effect of different manure sources on some soil properties and sunflower plant growth. Part II. Growth, yield, leaf water contents and nutrients status



Effect of different manure sources on some soil properties and sunflower plant growth. Part II. Growth, yield, leaf water contents and nutrients status



Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 46(1): 205-225



The effect of organic manures from different sources (farmyard manure at 6, 12 and 24 t Fed-1; refuse at 10 and 20 t Fed-1; and composts at 0.25, 0.50 and 1.00 t Fed-1) on growth, yield, leaf water content and nutrient status of sunflowers was investigated in Egypt in 1989. Soil in the study area has a clayey texture. Fresh weight, disc weight and stem diameter of sunflowers significantly increased. Refuse had the strongest effect on sunflower growth.

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