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Direct, residual and cumulative response of rice to phosphorus, potassium and farm yard manure



Direct, residual and cumulative response of rice to phosphorus, potassium and farm yard manure



Indian Journal of Agronomy 30(2): 145-149



A split plot experiment was conducted in 1972-5 to determine the direct, residual and cumulative paddy yield response of rice to applied P, K and FYM. The av. response to 30 and 60 kg P2O5/ha was 390 and 730 kg/ha in the direct series, 130 and 400 kg in the residual series and 440 and 780 kg in the cumulative series, resp. The response/kg P2O5 decreased with its increasing rate in the direct and cumulative series, while it increased in the residual series.

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