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Early Spring Side-Dressing of Winter Wheat in the Conditions of the Ordinary Chernozem

Author: A. SAULKO*, Y. I. GRECHISHKINA, M. S. SIGIDA, S. A.OROSTYLEV, A. A. BELOVOLOVA
Abstract: The article presents data on the study of various forms, doses and methods of application of fertilizers used in the early spring for feeding winter wheat grown in arid conditions of the Central Ciscaucasus. During the 10-year period of study of optimization ways of winter wheat fertilization, we have not revealed a significant difference in the effectiveness of the root fertilization and surface fertilization of winter wheat in earlyspringperiod.In years with sufficient moisture supply, the highest yield was observed in options with root fertilization of the winter wheat. We recommend the optimal dose of nitrogen for earlyspring fertilizing of winter wheat in arid conditions of ordinary chernozems to be equal to 35 kg r.a.(rate application), which provides the maximum gain in yield of winter wheat of the studied varieties by 16.3% and 17.4%, respectively.
Keyword: ordinary black soil, fertilization system, nitrogen fertilizing, fertility, winter wheat, fertilization methods, forms of fertilizer.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2018.10.04.032
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Impact Factor for five years is 1.55 (2012 - 2016)

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