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Potash and phosphate manuring of flue-cured tobacco grown in black cotton soils of Andhra Pradesh-problems and progress-a review. Part II. Nutrient uptake and chemical composition of flue-cured tobacco



Potash and phosphate manuring of flue-cured tobacco grown in black cotton soils of Andhra Pradesh-problems and progress-a review. Part II. Nutrient uptake and chemical composition of flue-cured tobacco



Indian Tobacco 14: 209-12. bibl 5



The morphological, physical and chemical characteristics of the black cotton soils are described in detail. Soil and climate are compared with those considered ideal for the crop. Comparative figures are presented of the results of chemical analyses of U.S. and Indian tobaccos and of the removal of plant nutrients by these crops.

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