Genotype specificity in nitrogen nutrition of malting barleyGenotype specificity in nitrogen nutrition of malting barley
Volume, no: 43 , 1
A three-year trial (2003-2005) was conducted under agro ecological conditions of Timočka Krajina (the experiment farm of Technological Research Center in Zaječar). Research object were six malting barley genotypes, which were top-dressed with the following amounts of nitrogen in the course of growing season: 40, 60, 80 and 100 kg ha-1. A non-fertilized variant served as a control. The obtained results indicated that the tested genotypes reacted to increased amounts of nitrogen by changing their morphological and biological characteristics as well as the technological values of grain. The effectiveness of the applied nitrogen depended significantly on the distribution of rainfall in periods of highest water uptake by malting barley.
Ključne reči: genotype, grain quality, malting barley, morphological and biological characteristics, nitrogen fertilization
Kategorije objave: Bibliografske reference nastavnika Univerziteta Singidunum
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