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NITROGEN EFFECIENCY IN MAIZE UNDER SALINE-SODIC CONDITIONDS AS AFFECTED BY UREA IN COMBINATION WITH SOME ORGANIC AMENDMENTS
Journal of Soil Sciences and Agricultural Engineering
Effects of application of organic amendments i.e, compost (COM), farmyard manure (FYM) and town refuse manure (TR) (at a rate of 5 Mg fed. -1 corresponding to 12 Mg ha -1 ) with or without different levels of N (i.e, 0, 60, 90 and 120 kg N fed. -1 , corresponding to 0, 143, 215 and 286 kg N ha -1 ) in the form of urea on maize (Zea mays L. cv. Triple hybrid 310) grown on a saline-sodic loamy sand soil at Gelbana village, Northern Sinai Governorate, Egypt were studied during the two successivedoi:10.21608/jssae.2019.42573 fatcat:j2mh24weqjbmzhumzqaudarini