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Response of Ratna to methods of planting and nitrogen levels






Oryza 18(3): 182-183

Response of Ratna to methods of planting and nitrogen levels

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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