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Response of Winter Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) Canopy, Leaf Chlorophyll, and Yield to Nitrogen Fertilizer Application Methods
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In order to evaluate the effect of different nitrogen application methods on wheat canopy, leaf chlorophyll, and yield, a field experiment with a split plot arrangement in complete randomized block design with four replicates was conducted in 2006. Basal dressing in three levels (with no basal dressing, strip and distributing nitrogen fertilizer) as main plot and top dressing in six levels (distributing on tillering, two distributing on tillering and before spike appearance, water solubledoi:10.22067/gsc.v8i1.7392 doaj:576e85318a944c15be3bddcd2eacaca6 fatcat:kex6fzm7wfhp3hrdykmt5i7ppy