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Effect of Soil Organic Matter Content and Nutrition Elements on Yield of Potato
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Soil Organic Matter Content and Nutrition Elements on Yield of Potato
Park, Young-Bae; Noh, Jae-Seung;
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 Abstract
A study of different levels of Nutrition Elements and the chemical properties of the soil was conducted to determine the yield performance of potato. Application of sulfur, potassium, and Magnesium significantly affected final height, dry matter content, and crispiness of potato. The final pH, organo-nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium content in the soil were significantly affected by S-K-Mg application.
 Keywords
Soil Organic Matter;Nutrition Elements;Potato Yield;
 Language
English
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