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Response of IR8 to direct seeding and transplanting at three levels of nitrogen



Response of IR8 to direct seeding and transplanting at three levels of nitrogen



Madras Agricultural Journal 61(8): 285-288



Rice IR8 grown by direct drilling and transplanting matured in 137 and 147 days and gave paddy yields of 7.47 and 7.02 t/ha, respectively.

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