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Biological characteristics of cranberry and its introduction into culture 4. effect of nitrogen phosphorus and potassium on plant growth and development


Biological characteristics of cranberry and its introduction into culture 4. effect of nitrogen phosphorus and potassium on plant growth and development



Lietuvos TSR Mokslu Akademijos Darbai Serija C Biologijos Mokslai 2: 11-20



Field experiments carried out in 1967-1969 in a peat bog in Baltoji Voke, Lithuanian SSR, USSR, showed that mineral nutrition (N30, P60, K80 and their combinations) had a positive effect on cranberry growth. The greatest growth stimulators were the combinations NP and NPK, which increased shoot length in year III of cultivation by 506.1 and 1112.8%, respectively. New cranberry shoots appeared until the beginning of Aug. There were 2 maxima in their appearance and growth: at the beginning of growth and from the end of July to early Aug. The appearance of new shoots and their more intensive growth in individual vegatation periods was determined by an increase in the amount of precipitation. Ammonia (ammonium sulfate) and nitrate (sodium nitrate) fertilizers had a positive effect on rooting capacity of grafts in years I and II of cranberry cultivation. Nitrate fertilizers had a positive effect on shoot growth only in year II.

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