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EFFECT OF NITROGEN SOURCES, HUMIC ACID AND IRON FOLIAR APPLICATIONS ON PEA
Journal of Plant Production
This investigation was conducted at the Experimental Station, Mansoura University, Egypt during the two successive winter seasons of 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 to study the effect of three nitrogen sources ( ammonium sulphate, ammonium nitrate and urea), humic acid addition and iron foliar application on vegetative growth, yield and chemical constituents of pea plants cv. Little Marvel. The results indicated that the highest values of vegetative growth parameters, i.e. fresh and dry weights, plantdoi:10.21608/jpp.2015.52428 fatcat:4zxxlqku5ne7npnhmprmc6d66e