The effect of nitrogen fertilizer application time on the yield, quality and fractional composition of winter wheat grain after different precursors under conditions of the southern steppe of Ukraine

The effect of nitrogen fertilizer application time on the yield, quality and fractional composition of winter wheat grain after different precursors under conditions of the southern steppe of Ukraine

Journal

  • Journal title: ScienceRise
  • ISSN: 2313-6286 (print) 2313-8416 (online)
  • Publisher: Scientific Route
  • Country of publisher: estonia
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Nov/15

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Biological Sciences, Agricultural Science, Veterinary Science, Geology, Economics, Psychology, Geography, Sociology
  • Publisher's keywords: winter wheat, feeding, carbamide, quality, yield, protein, gluten fraction, correlation
  • Language of fulltext: russian, ukrainian, english, French, german, polish
  • Full-text formats available: PDF
  • Time From Submission to Publication: 4

AUTHORS

    Anna Krivenko, Alexander Smetanko, Svetlana Burykina

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ABSTRACT

<p>The results of application of foliar fertilizing of winter wheat of different norms of nitrogen fertilizers grown after predecessors black fallow, peas and winter oilseed rape and their effect on the yield, quality, and fractional composition of the grain itself are presented. There were determined the optimal rate and timing of application of mineral nitrogen depending on the predecessor and areas of production: food grains or seeds. It is shown that the spring term feeding has a little impact on the grain quality when wheat is grown on the black fallow and peas; the predecessor of winter rape feeding should be carried out in the phase of mass tubing</p>

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