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Nitrogen phosphorus and potassium application and their uptake by soybean glycine max cultivar clark 63



Nitrogen phosphorus and potassium application and their uptake by soybean glycine max cultivar clark 63



Geobios 9(3): 100-103



A pot experiment showed that the N content of soybean increased greatly at flowering and harvest stage and the P content at flowering stage, due to N and P application. The application of P, similarly, increased the P content of seed and straw at harvest stage and, that of N, P and K increased K content of plant at flowering and harvest stage and that of K raised the K content of seed at harvest stage.

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