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Fertilizer nitrogen budgets of nitrogen 15 labelled sugar beet beta vulgaris tops and nitrogen 15 labeled sodium nitrate dressings split applied to winter wheat triticum aestivum in microplots on a loam soil



Fertilizer nitrogen budgets of nitrogen 15 labelled sugar beet beta vulgaris tops and nitrogen 15 labeled sodium nitrate dressings split applied to winter wheat triticum aestivum in microplots on a loam soil



Plant & Soil 124(2): 257-260




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