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Contributions to the problem of the control of yellow rust. III. Fertilization with potash as a remedy for rust and lodging


, : Contributions to the problem of the control of yellow rust. III. Fertilization with potash as a remedy for rust and lodging. Ernahrung der Pflanze, 23: 4, 53-55

Very heavy damage was caused in Westphalia in 1926 by yellow rust (Puccinia glumarum) and lodging of wheat. The value of potash as a preventive of infection was shown in a case of two plots of Strube's Dickkopf wheat, to both of which 2.5 cwt. basic slag per acre was applied before sowing in the autumn, while one received an additional top dressing in the spring of 40 per cent. potassium nitrate at the rate of about l cwt. per acre.

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