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Effect of Spacing and Inorganic Fertilizers on the Zea mays Development

Publication Date Sep 15, 2022

Abstract

The importance of simultaneous cultivation technology of organic and inorganic fertilizers in obtaining high and quality products from crops is very great. Proper use of fertilizers by applying proper cultivation allows to obtain stable and high yields even from the weakest soils. One of the main issues facing agricultural science is increasing the grain crops performance and intensifying fodder production. Increasing the production of vegetable protein is of particular importance in improving the fodder base of livestock. As we know, the formation of high grain yield from the plant is mainly explained by the level of structural indicators. If the structural indicators of the product are high, the productivity will also increase. The structural indicators of the product can vary depending on the level of applied agrotechnical varieties. Zea mays is used for food, fodder and technical purposes in various fields of national economy. This plant is cultivated more than all other cereal plants after wheat and rice in order to increase grain production, which is due to its high nutritional value and rich chemical composition. In the conditions of Azerbaijan, taking into account the biology of Zea mays, soil-climate conditions and agrotechnical methods, it is possible to increase the maize yield and improve the quality of the product by applying the correct cultivation and the optimal dose of inorganic fertilizers.

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High Yield Zea Mays Inorganic Fertilizers Agrotechnical Methods Soil-climate Conditions Technical Purposes Cereal Plants High Nutritional Value Use Of Fertilizers Formation Of High Yield

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