Influence of nitrogen on the behaviour of nickel in wheat

@article{Singh2004InfluenceON,
  title={Influence of nitrogen on the behaviour of nickel in wheat},
  author={Bijay P Singh and Yash P. Dang and Swaroop C. Mehta},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={127},
  pages={213-218}
}
A glasshouse experiment was conducted to study the effect of Ni on the growth and nutrients concentration in wheat (Triticum aestivum Cv. WH 291) in the presence and absence of applied N as urea. Responses to N application were observed up to 120 μg N g−1 soil. No response to Ni was observed in the dry matter yield of wheat tops (leaves + stem) in the absence of applied N while in the presence of applied N, significant yield increases were obtained at 12.5μg Ni g−1 soil. Nickel was not toxic to… CONTINUE READING

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