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The combined effect of sowing methods and nitrogen rates on wheat yield and regulation of soil water consumption in Loess Plateau
International Journal of Applied and Experimental Biology
Field experiments were conducted to assess the effect of four sowing methods on the growth, photosynthetic, and yield traits of dryland winter wheat. Furthermore, the impact of N input rates was also evaluated on water consumption by the wheat plants from the soil. The seeds of winter wheat were sown using wide space sowing (WS), furrow sowing (FS), stereoscopic sowing (SS), and drill sowing (DS). The results indicated that different sowing methods significantly affected the yield and graindoi:10.56612/ijaeb.v1i1.22 fatcat:3cnfiorxubeuxblndkooispnxa