Effect of Nitrogen, Potassium and Maganese Fertilization on growth and yield of sugar beet (Record no. 37964)

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Language code of text/sound track or separate title eng
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Classification number (OCLC) (R) ; Classification number, CALL (RLIN) (NR) ART AAR V12 No4 5
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Personal name Mahmoud, I. I.
240 10 - UNIFORM TITLE
Uniform title Journal of the advances in agricultural researches, 2007 v. 12 (4)
Medium [electronic resource]
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Title Effect of Nitrogen, Potassium and Maganese Fertilization on growth and yield of sugar beet
Medium [electronic resource].
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Title proper/short title تأثير التسميد بالنيتروجين والبوتاسيوم والمنجنيز على نمو ومحصول بنجر السكر.
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Extent p.693-704
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Summary, etc. The goal of this work was to walk a wide step on that road arrives to the optimum demand of nitrogen,potassium and manganese for sugar beel. This work was done in Abis area for two seasons (2005-2006 and 2006-2007). Nitrogen fertilization showed asignificant effect on the growth of sugar beet plant where increased the yield of the whole plant, rool,shoot and sugar, also increased the percentage of soluble salts solids, sugar and amino N in tuber tissues, especially with the highest rate of N application (150 mg N/ kg soil) where increased the sugar yield as the main product 41.4 and 39.7% for the first and second seasons, respectively. The rate of 100 mg K/ kg soil was the best rate of potassium addition with most of studied parametersespecially the sugar production where increased it by 16.8 and 19.8% for the first and second seasons, respectively. The addition rate ofManganese (0.2 mg Mn/kg soil) was the best rate where, promoted the root weight and consequently the sugar yield where increased it by 31.5 and 33.4% for the first and second seasons respectively.
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Language note Summary in Arabic.
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Topical term or geographic name entry element Sugar beet
General subdivision Fertilizers.
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Topical term or geographic name entry element Sugar beet
General subdivision Growth.
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Title Journal of the Advances in Agricultural Researches.
Related parts 2007.v.12(4)
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Uniform Resource Identifier <a href="http://nile.enal.sci.eg/EALE/2007/AAR/1207/4/693.pdf">http://nile.enal.sci.eg/EALE/2007/AAR/1207/4/693.pdf</a>
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