Glasshouse trials with nitrogen and phosphate on rapeseed, lupins, peas, safflower and sunflower 1971
Sunflowers, Lupins, Nitrogen fertilizers, Safflower, Pisum sativum, Phosphorus fertilizers, Rapeseed
Lupins were more sensitive than peas to fertiliser damage, whether the fertiliser was superphosphate or urea banded with the seed, or urea topdressed immediately after seeding. Lime pelleting gave lupin seed some protection from topdressed urea damage and allowed germination and emergence to occur earlier than germination and emergence of non-pelleted seed. Narrow leaf lupins were more susceptible to damage from banded or broadcast urea than sandplain lupin.
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Mason, M G. (1973), Glasshouse trials with nitrogen and phosphate on rapeseed, lupins, peas, safflower and sunflower 1971. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Technical Bulletin 19.
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