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Soyabean growth response to low rates of nitrogen applied at planting in the Northern Great Plains


, : Soyabean growth response to low rates of nitrogen applied at planting in the Northern Great Plains. Journal of Plant Nutrition 29(6): 985-1002

Cool and wet soils at the time of soyabean (Glycine max) planting in the northern Great Plains may reduce early crop growth and retard nitrogen (N) fixation. Application of N as a starter fertilizer may increase the initial growth of soyabean, but may also negatively impact N fixation when environmental conditions improve. The effects of low rates of N on soyabean N fixation and growth was determined in a field experiment conducted in South Dakota, USA during 2000-02.

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DOI: 10.1080/01904160600686007


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