Effect of Integrated Management of Nitrogen Fertilizer and Cattle Manure on the Leaf Chlorophyll, Yield, and Tuber Glycoalkaloids of Agria Potato

  title={Effect of Integrated Management of Nitrogen Fertilizer and Cattle Manure on the Leaf Chlorophyll, Yield, and Tuber Glycoalkaloids of Agria Potato},
  author={Amir Ali Najm and M. R. Hadi and Faezeh Fazeli and Mohammad Taghi Darzi and Ali Reza Rahi},
  journal={Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis},
  pages={912 - 923}
Management of nutrients, especially nitrogen (N), is one of the most important factors in potato production. Cattle manure and mineral fertilizers are two sources of N that can affect the quality and quantity of potato yield. The effects of the use of cattle manure (5, 10, 15, and 20 ton ha−1), N fertilizer (50, 100, and 150 kg ha−1), and their interaction on tuber yield, chlorophyll content, and glycoalkaloid concentration were evaluated during field experiments in Iran in 2008 with a… 
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