DOI: 10.2478/v10298-012-0094-6
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Abstract: The application of chemical fertilizers on the grain bean crop must be done due to the plant peculiarities (high consumption of nutrients, root system underrepresented, plant ability to synthesize up to 85% of the needed nitrogen) and its high sensitivity to stress conditions. Although the bean requirements for nutrients are high, the plant response to the application of fertilizers is smaller, the obtained production increase will vary widely depending on the type of fertilizer, the applied dose, but also on … Show more

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