Planting System Effect on Yield Response of Russet Norkotah to Irrigation and Nitrogen under High Intensity Sprinkler Irrigation

@article{King2010PlantingSE,
  title={Planting System Effect on Yield Response of Russet Norkotah to Irrigation and Nitrogen under High Intensity Sprinkler Irrigation},
  author={B. Alex King and David Dale Tarkalson and David L. Bjorneberg and John P. Taberna},
  journal={American Journal of Potato Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={88},
  pages={121-134}
}
Conversion of potato ridged-row planting systems to wide bed planting systems may increase water and nitrogen use efficiency in commercial irrigated potato production systems by reducing the amount of irrigation water and water applied nitrogen fertilizer bypassing the potato root zone. Wide bed planting systems consist of planting multiple rows on a wide bed with 20 to 35% higher plant population than found in conventional ridged-row planting systems. The objective of this study was to… CONTINUE READING
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