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Efficient Use of Nitrogen, Gibberellic Acid and Potassium on Canola Production under Sub-tropical Regions
The global demand for crop production is rapidly growing due to the continued rise in world population. Crop productivity varies generally with soil nutrient profile and climate. The optimal use of fertilizers might help to attain higher crop yield in canola. To circumvent nutrient imbalance issues in soil, two separate field trials were conducted to determine the best source of nitrogen (ammonium sulfate/ammonium nitrate), foliar application of gibberellic acid (GA3) and potassium (K) for thedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-626582/v1 fatcat:kk3blapegvcple4unyxeolkbry