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Research on absorption, fixation and loss of chemical N fertiliaer in paddy fields and the application method of N fertilizer as a basal dressing to the plough layer



Research on absorption, fixation and loss of chemical N fertiliaer in paddy fields and the application method of N fertilizer as a basal dressing to the plough layer



Scientia Agricultura Sinica (1): 61-68



An investigation of the fate of applied N fertilizer in paddy soils led to the proposal that in place of several applications of N fertilizer to the soil surface for rice crops, all the N should be incorporated into the soil at one time. Labelling with 15N and 32P was used to investigate use of fertilizer.

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