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The residual effect of mineral fertilizers applied to Sudan grass.


, : The residual effect of mineral fertilizers applied to Sudan grass.. Inst. agron. "I. lonescu de la Brad"Iasi Luc. stiint, 65-73

Application of NH4NO3 at 90 kg/ha N, super at 60 kg P2O5 & potash salt at 40 kg K2O to a degraded chernozem increased grass yields by 23 % & caused yield increases of 14% & 17% in the following winter wheat & spring barley, respectively.

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