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The biting taste of burley tobacco leaves (nutritional physiology of burley tobacco). IV. Effects of interrelationships between phosphorus, nitrogen, iron and manganese supply on growth and quality of burley tobacco



The biting taste of burley tobacco leaves (nutritional physiology of burley tobacco). IV. Effects of interrelationships between phosphorus, nitrogen, iron and manganese supply on growth and quality of burley tobacco



Nippon Dojo-hiryogaku Zasshi. 27: 297-300



In soilless culture experiments too much Fe proved detrimental to both the growth and quality of tobacco and in some cases caused browning. Applications of P offset the adverse effects of Fe, and, conversely, applications of Fe offset the detrimental effects of excess P. These results, however, were only obtained in media which allowed normal oxidation of Fe to take place.

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