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Responsiveness of wheat cultivars to nitrogen fertilizer



Responsiveness of wheat cultivars to nitrogen fertilizer



Journal of Agronomy 5(1): 87-94



Genotypic differences in responses to N fertilizer of 6 wheat cultivars (Atrak, Falat, Fong, Star, Showa and Atila) grown under 6 rates of N (0, 50, 00, 50, 200 and 250 kg ha-1) were studied in Iran during 2001 and 2002. Vegetative growth, N content, grain yield (GY), grain protein concentration (GPC) and yield components were evaluated to identify traits that may contribute to high yield responsiveness.

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