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  1. Vol. 50 No. 5, p. 255-259
     
    Received: Oct 2, 1957
    Published: May, 1958


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doi:10.2134/agronj1958.00021962005000050008x

Evaluation of Residual Nitrogen in Soils1

  1. W. C. White,
  2. Lloyd Dumenil and
  3. John Pesek2

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Effects of residual soil nitrogen on spring oats were estimated to be equivalent to quantities as large as 49% of the applications made to corn the preceding year. Nitrogen yield by oats served more satisfactorily than grain or dry matter yields for evaluating effects of residual nitrogen. Residual nitrogen estimated from linear regressions of nitrogen yield on nitrogen applied to oats appeared closely related to quantities of soil nitrate nitrogen, most of which was in the 6- to 21-inch soil layer.

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