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Title:
MAIZE YIELD AND NITROGEN USE EFFICIENCY COMPONENTS IN RELATION TO NITROGEN, CULTIVARS AND BIOFERTILIZER. First Egyptian & Syrian Conference Agriculture and Food in the Arab world” El-Minia
Authors: Nasser K.B. EL-Gizawy & Mohamed H.A.Tageldin
Year: 2003
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Abstract:

Applying soil N fertilizer is a crucial factor for maximizing maize (Zea mays L.) grain yield. Maize hybrids have been found to positively respond to high amounts of applied soil N; yet high-applied soil N amount results in reduced N use efficiency (NUE), develops more environmental problems, and augments grower economic inputs. One way to compensate for using excessive N fertilizers is to apply non-symbiotic seed-inoculated nitrogen fixers. Therefore, the main objective of this experiment is to study NUE and its components

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