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Research needs for management of nitrogen fixation in flooded rice crop systems



Research needs for management of nitrogen fixation in flooded rice crop systems



International Rice Research Institute: Nitrogen and rice: 485-490



Current knowledge of management of N fixation in flooded rice is reviewed and future potential research areas are discussed.

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