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Response of split versus full application of nitrogen on tall and dwarf rice cultivars



Response of split versus full application of nitrogen on tall and dwarf rice cultivars



Journal of Bihar Agricultural College1974; 22: 27-30



In trials with 3 dwarf and 2 tall rice cultivars in Bihar, application of 100 kg N/ha in 3 split dressings gave the highest average paddy yields of 4.86 t/ha, an increase of 25.5% over those obtained with the full N rate applied before transplanting; the yield increases with N applied in 2 and 4 split dressings were 14.5 and 13%, respectively.

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