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Effects of cultural methods on the yield and some physiological characters of rice cultivars differing in grain weight



Effects of cultural methods on the yield and some physiological characters of rice cultivars differing in grain weight



Journal of Agricultural Research of China 36(1): 63-74



In field trials in the 1st and 2nd rice crops of 1985 Pegonil (1000-grain wt 40 g) and Tainung 67 (1000-grain wt 25 g) were grown at spacings of 30 x 15 or 30 x 7.5 cm with 1 or 4-6 plants/hill. With the wider spacing and several seedlings/hill Pegonil headed earlier and had lower tiller and panicle numbers than Tainung 67 while closer planting tended to decrease panicle number/hill and significantly increased panicle number per unit area. Max.

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