Increasing the efficiency of fall-applied urea fertilizer by placing in big pellets or in nests
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In three field experiments with fall-applied urea fertilizers, placement of urea in big pellets, or in nests, produced about twice as much increase in yield of subsquent spring-sown barley than did application of urea by conventional incorporation or by banding.
Key wordsBarley Fertilizer nests Fertilizer pellets Nitrogen fertilizers Placement Urea
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