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Russet Burbank response to nitrogen fertilization and planting date
Robert Kim Thornton
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert K. Thornton.|
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Potassium and N fertilization is often required for maximum potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) production. Nitrogen, K, and K-sources (KCl, K2SO4) are known to affect yield and quality of potatoes but N and K interactions as affected by K-source have not been defined. This study evaluated the N*K and K-source interactions on Russet Burbank tuber yields and specific gravity (SG) in two irrigated Four different nitrogen levels and four plant spacing were studied in 4×4 factorial arrangements in randomized complete block design with three replications. The highest yield, number of tuber, number of tuber and dry weight of tuber were obtained with application of jointly and kg/ha nitrogen. Increasing plant density resulted in higher tuber yield, dry weight of tuber and total dry
Crop Nitrogen Uptake Total N uptake for Russet Burbank potatoes in southern Idaho usually ranges from approximately to pounds N/acre, depending on growing conditions and yield potential. At harvest, approximately 75 to 85 percent of the total plant N is contained in the tubers, while the remainder is contained in the vines and :// The LAI simulations were good, with an NRMSE of 18% for Shepody and 29% for Russet Burbank (Table 6; Fig. 4a). The bias was greater for Russet Burbank (NME = 23%) than for Shepody (NME = –8%). The underestimation of the LAI for Russet Burbank grew with increasing LAI and was greater for fertilization treatments > kg N ha −1 (data
(1b) Refinement of potassium fertilization guidelines for maximization of potato-processing quality. Objective 2. Determine if organic soil amendments, crop rotation, and supplemental irrigation can be effective management tools for enhancing potato quality, productivity, and nutrient utilization in :// We evaluated the N and K fertilization by K-sources effects on concentrations of nutrients, reducing sugars, sucrose and starch in the stem and apical tuber ends from two irrigated field experiments with the Russet Burbank cultivar. Nitrogen rates of 0, , or kg ha-1 were combined with selected K rates of 0, , or kg ha-1 as
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Russet Burbank response to nitrogen fertilization and planting date. Abstract. Graduation date: Studies addressed impacts of planting dates and variable N applications on numbers\ud and size of Russet Burbank stems and stolon nodal position in relation to tuber growth and levels of hollow heart (HH) and brown center (BC).
Nitrogen fertilization is crucial for potato production because an increasing N rate can enhance tuber yield (Bélanger et al., ; Zebarth et al., ). Nitrogen fertilization can also stimulate potato leaf growth, including both leaf number and area (Millard and Marshall, ; Vos and Biemond, ).
Furthermore, N is an essential element Colorado potato beetle (CPB), Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say), is an important pest of potato crops. Potato foliar amino acids play essential roles in CPB growth. In this study, amino acids were classified into four groups according to their different roles in promoting CPB growth.
Then, nitrogen (N) rate effects on the concentrations of amino acid groups were investigated under field :// The Nooksack cultivar because of differing characteristics may have different responses to grower management practices developed principally for Russet Burbank.
This study was conducted to determine the effects of nitrogen on yield, grade, and specific gravity of the Nooksack cultivar. In irrigated field experiments, N fertilizer was sprinkler-applied daily on Quincy sand :// Russet Burbank and Shepody potatoes were grown with at-planting nitrogen fertilizer rates varying from 0 to kg ha−1 following small grains and red clover.
Petiole samples were collected from the 4th and 5th leaflets at four to six dates each during the to growing seasons.
The samples were dried and analyzed for NO 3 − N :// Nitrous oxide fluxes (µg N 2 O–N m −2 h −1) measured on each sampling date in and under three cultivars (Russet Burbank, Dakota Trailblazer, ND‐5 Russ) with different N treatments (growers’ standard [GS], Urea, UreaSplit, SuperU, Environmentally Smart Nitrogen [ESN], and control).
Receive Five Full Pounds Of Beautiful Russet Burbank Potatoes. well-drained soil Forking beds is recommended Apply a fertilizer that is low in nitrogen and high in phosphorus such as bone meal — use pounds per square feet Proper soil pH of will help avoid scab Irrigate thoroughly when needed, allow the soil to dry out Fertilization The following graphs present N response data from and for Highland Russet and Russet Burbank grown on a Declo sandy loam soil at the University of Idaho Aberdeen Research and Extension Center.
Trials were grown following grain in the Notes - ‐ USNo.1 Yield Response to N Rate for Blazer Russet vs. R Burbank. 0 90 USNo. 1 Yield (cwt/A) Applied Nitrogen Rate.
05 Burbank 06 Burbank. 05 Blazer 06 Blazer Total and US No.1 yield response to N application indicate that Blazer Russet requires about 90‐% Notes - Varieties with low to medium nitrogen needs will produce optimum yields given70 to 85% of Russet Burbank nitrogen Experience.
Exceptions to these trends have been noted in one year at each se to planting density and nitrogen rates have been evaluated at Klamath Falls for three m yields of count Russet Burbank and Shepody potatoes were grown with the following four nitrogen treatments: 1) 90 kg ha−1 at planting; 2) kg ha−1 at planting; 3) 90 kg ha−1 at planting followed by an additional 90 kg ha−1 side-dressed after tuber initiation; or 4) 90 kg ha−1 at planting followed by an additional 45 kg ha−1 sidedressing.
When compared to the 90 kg ha−1 at-planting treatment Fertilization The following graphs present N response data from and years for Premier Russet and Russet Burbank grown in a Declo sandy loam soil at the University of Idaho Aberdeen Research and Extension Center.
Trials were grown following grain in the Notes - Response to Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization Rates, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, DOI: / To link to this article: g Nitrogen fertilization contributed to a significant increase in nitrate-N in the soil.
It follows from data in the table that fertilized plots produced –3 times more nitrate nitrogen. Init reached mg/kg after the application rate was increased up to 90 kg N/:// 1 day ago Optimum potato growth depends on many management factors, including sufficient supply of nutrients.
Potatoes have a shallow root system and a relatively high demand for many nutrients (Table 1). A comprehensive nutrient management program is essential for maintaining a healthy potato crop, optimizing tuber yield and quality, and minimizing undesirable impacts on the :// Russet Burbank and Shepody potatoes were grown with the following four nitrogen treatments: 1) 90 kg ha−1 at planting; 2) kg ha−1 at planting; 3) 90 kg ha−1 at planting followed by an Request PDF | Response of summer‐planted potatoes to level of applied nitrogen and water | The irrigation and nitrogen (N) requirements of potatoes (cv.
Delaware) were determined using In an additional study inRusset Burbank and Russet Norkotah were grown at 3 seed piece spacings (30, 45 and 60 cm)) under 4 irrigation regimes similar to those from the previously discussed study, including irrigation at 1)% ET full season, 2)% ET with Aug.
10 cut-off, 3)75% ET full season, and 4)a gradual reduction during tuber Rate and timing of nitrogen fertilization of Russet Burbank potato: Yield and processing quality Article in Canadian Journal of Plant Science 84(3) July with 64 Reads In the PNW potatoes are produced with high nitrogen fertilizer and irrigation inputs leading to nitrate leaching.
Low nitrate leaching loss under Russet Burbank is complicated because of sensitivity to yield and quality losses with water stress and nitrogen deficiency.
Practical irrigation and fertilization criteria should protect economic yield as well as groundwater. In this study, the effects of nitrogen (N) fertilization on foliar sugar, amino acid, and glycoalkaloid concentrations of two potato cultivars (Russet Burbank and Goldrush) were investigated under Russet Burbank crop with an optimal nitrogen supply is shown in Figure 6.
Petiole nitrate concentration varies from sampling date to sampling date, but remains within the “optimal” range over the course of the growing season. The decrease in petiole nitrate concentration over the growing season is normal as the soil nitrogen supply The flecks eventu-Cultivar' (lb/ acre) Nitrogen Phosphorus Potassium ally develop into small dead Burbank Lemhi Russet Centennial Russet Copper Young leaves develop a pronounced rolling, and then leaf tips wilt and d Russet 1,