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Response of IR 8 rice to direct seeding and transplanting at three levels of nitrogen



Response of IR 8 rice to direct seeding and transplanting at three levels of nitrogen



Madras Agricultural Journal 61(8): 285-288



During the 'kharif' period the direct seeded crop produced 450 kg additional grain yield/ha over the transplanted crop.

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