Manganese accumulation and dry matter production of Guinea Grass (Panicum maximum) after application of increasing doses of Mn fertilizer

@inproceedings{Flores2017ManganeseAA,
  title={Manganese accumulation and dry matter production of Guinea Grass (Panicum maximum) after application of increasing doses of Mn fertilizer},
  author={Rilner Alves Flores and Virg{\'i}nia Damin and Yon{\'a} Serpa Mascarenhas and Deyvid Diego Carvalho Maranh{\~a}o and Everton Martins Arruda and Humberto Oliveira Guimar{\~a}es and Tiago Carvalhais de Oliveira and Ana Paula Marquez Belo and Tatiana Carvalho Faria},
  year={2017}
}
The manganese (Mn) is an important nutrient to forage development; however, there is a lack of information regarding to adequate Mn-fertilizer rates for Guinea Grass (Panicum maximum) species growing in Brazilian soils. The objective of this research was to evaluate the effect of Mn on growth, nutrition and yield of Guinea Grass. The study was carried out under greenhouse conditions in a randomized block design, with five Mn rates (0, 15, 30, 60 and 120 mg dm) and four replicates, using… CONTINUE READING

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