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Effect of fertilizers on the productivity of irrigated soybeans in the eastern volga river basin russian sfsr ussr



Effect of fertilizers on the productivity of irrigated soybeans in the eastern volga river basin russian sfsr ussr



Agrokhimiya (1): 75-78



The application of mineral fertilizers caused a significant increase in soybean productivity. Complete mineral fertilizer combined with nitragin [a bacterial fertilizer] and Mo had the greatest effect. N at 60 kg/ha and P and K at 90 kg/ha had the best effect. N fertilizer affected soybean yield more than any other macrofertilizer. An increase in N dose (from 30 to 60 kg/ha) increased yield. The effects of P and K fertilizers were equal. The application of nitragin and Mo is an effective method of increasing irrigated soybean yield. The effect of seed treatment with nitragin and sprinkling with ammonium molybdate was twice as great when macrofertilizers were applied.

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