FOLIAR NUTRITION IN CROPS - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4295 | Page : 229 - 234
Citation :- FOLIAR NUTRITION IN CROPS - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2003.(24):229 - 234
M.R. Lathaand T. Nadanas,sababady
Address : Soil and Water ManagementResearch Institute, Kattuthottam, Thanjavur - 613 SOl, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract

Fertilizer is a vital input in agriculture to boost the crop yields. Among the methods of fertilizer application, foliar nutrition is recognized as an important method since it facilitates easy and rapid utilization of nutrients. Foliar application is advantageous in specific occasions in certain crops. The results of the investigations on foliar nutrition in various crops are reviewed.

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