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Studies on the biting taste of the burley tobacco leaves . III. Effects of the form and the amount of the supplied nitrogen and phosphorus on the quality of the burley tobacco



Studies on the biting taste of the burley tobacco leaves . III. Effects of the form and the amount of the supplied nitrogen and phosphorus on the quality of the burley tobacco



Tohoku Jour Agric Res 7(3): 303-314



Water culture experi-ments showed nitrate nitrogen to be much more favorable to growth than ammonia nitrogen, and high P (40 ppm in the medium) much more favorable than low. Leaves of the rapidly growing NO3-high P plants had much the highest ratios of sugar to total N, and accordingly much the highest quality.

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