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Salt stress, nitrogen and potassium fertilization on growth and fiber quality of colored cotton

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Francisco Vanies da Silva Sá, Geovani Soares de Lima, Luan Dantas de Oliveira, Hans Raj Gheyi, Lauriane Almeida dos Anjos Soares, Emanoela Pereira de Paiva, and Adaan Sudário Dias
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This study aimed to evaluate growth, production and technological characteristics of the fiber of colored cotton, cv. ‘BRS Topázio’, under saline water irrigation, potassium (K) fertilization and different proportions of nitrate and ammonium. The study was conducted in drainage lysimeters under greenhouse conditions, in a eutrophic Grey Argisol with sandy clay loam texture, in the municipality of Campina Grande-PB, Brazil, from November 2014 to March 2015. The experiment was conducted in a randomized block design, testing five K doses (50; 75; 100; 125 and 150% of the recommendation for pot experiments) and five proportions of nitrate and ammonium (100/0; 75/25; 50/50; 25/75; 0/100 mg of N kg-1 of soil). The dose of 100% of K corresponded to 150 mg K2O kg-1 of soil. There was significant effect of the interaction between K doses and proportions of nitrate/ammonium on plant growth and on the technological characteristics of the fibers of ‘BRS Topázio’ cotton cultivated under salt stress. Fertilization with 50/50 mg of nitrate/ammonium along with 50% of the K recommendation favored higher growth, production and fiber quality of colored cotton, cv. ‘BRS Topázio’.

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