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The effect of time of application of phosphate and potash on sugar beet

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 March 2009

S. N. Adams
Affiliation:
Rothamated Field Station, Dunholme, Lincoln

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1. Twenty-nine experiments on sugar beet in 1957–59 compared ploughing-down of phosphate and potash in the previous autumn with spring application before the seed-bed preparations.

2. On average, spring application gave a higher yield of sugar and tops than ploughing-down, both in the wet summers of 1957 and 1958 and in the dry summer of 1959.

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Russell, E. W. (1956). J. Agric. Sic. 48, 129.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Simon, M. (1955). Rep. Winter Congr. int. Inst. Sug. Beet Res. Brussels, 1955.Google Scholar

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