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Response of rice cultivars to blue-green algal biofertilizer


Response of rice cultivars to blue-green algal biofertilizer



Madras Agricultural Journal 69(7): 482-483



Four cultivars were grown and a composite culture of blue-green algae (BGA) (10 kg/ha) was applied ten days after transplanting. The grain yield of the cultivars was improved owing to the nitrogen fixation of the BGA treatment.

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