2017
DOI: 10.5897/ajar2016.11929
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Wheat yield obtained from nitrogen dose and fractionation

Abstract: It is possible to increase nitrogen for wheat productivity by adjusting the single and fractionated dose based on the condition of the agricultural year. The objective of this work is to study the highest amount of nitrogen used for the production of wheat using single dose or fractionation under favorable and unfavorable cultivation years.

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“…Wheat is one of the most produced cereals in the world (Arenhardt et al, 2015;Brezolin et al, 2017). Nitrogen (N) is essential to guarantee high yield of the wheat crop (Teixeira Filho et al, 2010;Prando et al, 2013), but is easily leached in rainy years (Teixeira Filho et al, 2010; Mantai et al, 2015) or volatilized in dry years (Rojas et al, 2012;Arenhardt et al, 2015).…”
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“…Wheat is one of the most produced cereals in the world (Arenhardt et al, 2015;Brezolin et al, 2017). Nitrogen (N) is essential to guarantee high yield of the wheat crop (Teixeira Filho et al, 2010;Prando et al, 2013), but is easily leached in rainy years (Teixeira Filho et al, 2010; Mantai et al, 2015) or volatilized in dry years (Rojas et al, 2012;Arenhardt et al, 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%