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Recent studies on potato manuring in Ireland


, : Recent studies on potato manuring in Ireland. Europ. Potato J, 4: 2, 165-73. bibl. 8

In a series of manurial trials with potatoes the average nutrient requirement of the crop was 70 lb N, 40 lb P2O5 and 170 lb K2O.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02365028


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