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Response of Jaya rice to varying fertility status and split application of P and K



Response of Jaya rice to varying fertility status and split application of P and K



Geobios 2(6): 173-175



Rice Jaya gave the highest paddy yields with 165 kg N + 34 kg P2O5 + 34 kg K2O/ha, but the economic rate was 140 kg N + 60 kg P2O5 + 60 kg K2O/ha.

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