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Efficiency of direct and residual effects of fertilizers applied to fibre flax in relation to some agrotechnical conditions


, : Efficiency of direct and residual effects of fertilizers applied to fibre flax in relation to some agrotechnical conditions. Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi Institut L' na (11): 128-132

Applications of NPK increased yields of fibre flax grown after winter rye, perennial herbage species or potatoes on either clay loam or sandy soils. The effectiveness of NPK in increasing yields depended on soil moisture contents.

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