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Studies on the biting taste of buriey tobacco leaves. (Nutritional physiology of Japanese tobacco.) II. Effect of the soil and fertilization on the formation of the biting taste with special reference to phosphate



Studies on the biting taste of buriey tobacco leaves. (Nutritional physiology of Japanese tobacco.) II. Effect of the soil and fertilization on the formation of the biting taste with special reference to phosphate



Tohoku J. agric. Res 7: 199-207. bibl. 7



Buriey tobacco, growing in pots containing 3 soils characteristic of the cooler N.E. part of Japan, was supplied with N as sulfate of ammonia, nitrate of soda and urea and with various amounts of P and K. In an alluvial soil of pH 6.0, rich in available P, the plants made excellent growth and produced tobacco of good quality, with little biting taste.

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