Copper nutrition of wheat in relation to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization

@article{Singh2006CopperNO,
  title={Copper nutrition of wheat in relation to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization},
  author={Dr Vikas Singh and C. Swarup},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2006},
  volume={65},
  pages={433-436}
}
In a pot culture study, copper addition to soil increased the crop yield only in presence of nitrogen. The latter increased the utilization of both native as well as applied copper but more that of applied. It also minimised the adverse effect of applied phosphorus on copper utilization. Phosphorus at the rate 45 ppm had the tendency of decreasing copper… CONTINUE READING