Effects of irrigation and fertilizer on INIA 66 wheat …yields, protein, and bushel weights
J. St. Andre
R. M. Hoover
Authors AffiliationsHidemi Yamada is Staff Research Associate, U.C. West Side Field Station; Jerry St. Andre is Farm Advisor, Fresno County; R. M. Hoover is Superintendent, U. C. West Side Field Station, Five Points. Valley Nitrogen Producers, Inc. provided the fertilizer used in this experiment.
Hilgardia 26(6):9-10. DOI:10.3733/ca.v026n06p9. June 1972.
Application of phosphorus and properly timed irrigation appreciably increased yields of late planted wheat. However, phosphorus applications reduced the bushel weights. Higher protein content was obtained by increasing nitrogen rates and by timely irrigation.
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