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Organic versus inorganic sources of nitrogen for sugar-cane production in Mississippi

Organic versus inorganic sources of nitrogen for sugar-cane production in Mississippi

Circ. Miss. St. Coll, 205: 14

Inorganic N, when applied not later than June, was as effective as organic N, and under some conditions caused higher juice per acre yields. Anhydrous ammonia was equal to ammonium nitrate, and there was no increase in yield as a result of split applications of either fertilizer. Higher yields per unit of N were obtained when the N was applied in a mixture with P and K than when applied alone.

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