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Effect of Supplemental Inorganic NPK and Residual Organic Nutrients on Sugarcane Ratoon Crop
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Author(s)
Abdul Fatah Soomro, Shamasuddin Tunio, Fateh Chand Oad, Inaitullah Rajper, Mohammad Iqbal Khuhro and Mohammad Younis Arain
KEYWORDS
Sugarcane, Pressmud, FYM, Biofertilizer, residual effect, Yield, Quality& Uptake.
ABSTRACT
This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of supplemental dose of inorganic NPK fertilizers with residual organic fertilizers on the yield and quality of sugarcane at Agriculture Research Institute, Tandojam, Pakistan, (25o25'60'N 68o31' 60E). Sugar
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