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TITLE       Effect of sources of nitrogen on growth and yield of hot pepper (Capsicum frutescens)
LOCATION(S)      FPRDI 
PUBLICATION TITLE      Tropical Science
VOLUME/ISSUE      40/2
ISSUE DATE      2000/2
PAGINATION/COLLATION      p. 58-62
MAIN AUTHOR      Owusu, E.O.
ADDED ENTRY      Nkansah, G.O., Dennis, E.A.
DATE      2000
NOTE      Include tables
ABSTRACT      All of four sources of nitrogen urea, ammonium sulphte, ammonium nitrate and potassium nitrate, significantly increased plant growth parameters, number of fruits and yield per hectare of four capsicum pepper varieties. The nitrate forms gave taller plants with bigger girths, which looked greener, had more fruits and gave higher yields than the other sources. Ammonium nitrate gave 72-101% greater yields than ammonium sulphate, the commonest form of nitrogen used in Ghana.
SUBJECTS       Hot pepper - - United Kingdom
   Capsicum frutescens
   Urea
   Ammonium sulphate
   Ammonium nitrate
   Potassium nitrate
   Growth
   Yield
   
 
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