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Response of spring planted maize to irrigation and nitrogen rates



Response of spring planted maize to irrigation and nitrogen rates



Indian Journal of Agronomy 21(3): 298-300



Irrigating maize at the depletion of available soil moisture in the top 30-cm layer to 70, 55, 40 and 25% gave grain yields of 3.72, 3.33, 3.03 and 2.14 t/ha, respectively.

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