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Testing rice varieties for salinity tolerance



Testing rice varieties for salinity tolerance



Journal of Agricultural Research of China 24(2/3): 13-22



Investigations of the best conditions for testing rice cultivars for resistance to salinity showed that in the range 0.1-0.5% NaCl of dry weight of soil, 0.3% was suitable. Methods of applying NaCl did not give greatly different results but irrigation with NaCl solution was best. Resistance could be tested at the 4-leaf stage.

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