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Response of Ratna to methods of planting and nitrogen levels



Response of Ratna to methods of planting and nitrogen levels



Oryza 18(3): 182-183



Rice Ratna was grown by broadcast, drill or lehi sowing or by transplanting seedlings with 40, 80 or 120 kg N/ha. 80 kg P2O/ha, 50 kg K2O/ha and half the N were applied before sowing, the remainder was topdressed after 30 days. Max. grain yields were obtained with transplanting (4.75 t/ha) and application of 120 kg N/ha (3.87 t/ha).

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