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Yields and some quantitative characters of deepwater rice in Bangladesh as affected by seeding methods and flood depths



Yields and some quantitative characters of deepwater rice in Bangladesh as affected by seeding methods and flood depths



Proceedings of the 1981 international deepwater rice workshop [International Rice Research Institute]: 299-303



In trials at Joydebpur in 1980, culm length, panicle wt. and grain yield of deepwater rice were higher in a deepwater tank with controlled flooding than in naturally flooded field plots but the number of basal tillers and panicles/m2 were higher in the field. Grain yield decreased from 2.9 to 2.2 t/ha as the water depth increased from 60 to 200 cm.

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