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Nitrogen fertilization of cereals. 12. Effect of time of spraying with CCC on lodging resistance and yield of winter wheat at increasing rates of nitrogen



Nitrogen fertilization of cereals. 12. Effect of time of spraying with CCC on lodging resistance and yield of winter wheat at increasing rates of nitrogen



Stikstof 5: 51, 174-87. Bibl 5



Ibis winter wheat was grown on farms at (a) Emmel-oord, (b) Spijk and (c) Dinteloord in 1965. At site (a) there was severe lodging due to eyespot and at (b) the crop was attacked by Septoria. CCC at 2 kg a.i./ha was most effective when applied at growth stages 5-7 (between end of tillering and beginning of elongation). Straw was shortened most by treatment at stage 7.

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