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Response of direct seeded upland rice to levels and methods of nitrogen application under dryland conditions



Response of direct seeded upland rice to levels and methods of nitrogen application under dryland conditions



Riso 25(3): 283-287



In field trials during the monsoon season in 1971-3, rice was given 30, 60 or 90 kg N/ha either all applied to the soil or part applied to the soil and the remainder as a foliar spray or as a side-dressing. Average grain yield with all N applied to the soil increased from 1.44 t/ha with 30 kg N/ha to 2.00 t with 90 kg, compared with 1.06 t without applied N; straw yields were 2.64, 3.98 and 1.83 t/ha, respectively.

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