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Effect of nitrogen fertilizer timing on crop growth and nitrogen use efficiency by different rice varieties in southeastern Australia

Effect of nitrogen fertilizer timing on crop growth and nitrogen use efficiency by different rice varieties in southeastern Australia

Efficiency of nitrogen fertilizers for rice: 97-105

The influence of the timing of N fertilizer application under New South Wales conditions on the efficiency of fertilizer use in terms of growth and final grain yield was studied. High correlations existed between N supply, growth, LAI and final grain yield. Fertilizer N application at sowing or into the floodwater soon after permanent flooding resulted in low N use efficiency and poor rice growth.

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