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Record number 318724
Title Supplementary nitrogen in leeks based on crop nitrogen status
Author(s) Booij, R.; Meurs, E.J.J.
Source Acta Horticulturae 571 (2002). - ISSN 0567-7572 - p. 155 - 161.
Department(s) PRI Crop and Production Ecology
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2002
Keyword(s) nitrogen - leeks
Abstract From a number of basic relationships between several crop ecological components (Booij et al., 1996a) a system was developed for giving supplementary nitrogen application in leeks, that was based on the measurement of light interception. A description of the approach is given and a comparison is made with existing systems for supplementary nitrogen application. A comparison was made for four aspects: nitrogen input, yield, quality and residual mineral soil nitrogen. The system based on the measurement of light interception performed in general as well as a system that was based on the determination of soil mineral nitrogen. However, the system based on the measurement of light interception is easier to use and provides a recommendation instantaneously. For both systems yield and quality were the same as for the standard recommendation but nitrogen input was less and residual mineral soil nitrogen was reduced.
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