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Rice cultivation under the natural farming system without chemicals and with farmyard manure. XVIII. Evaluation of rice cultivars under different cultivation methods in Kumamoto Prefecture



Rice cultivation under the natural farming system without chemicals and with farmyard manure. XVIII. Evaluation of rice cultivars under different cultivation methods in Kumamoto Prefecture



Report of the Kyushu Branch of the Crop Science Society of Japan (53): 31-34



In field trials in 1985, 41 rice cultivars were grown in 4 different paddy fields left under natural conditions or with standard cultivation techniques and in 1 field with application of animal manure. The cultivars were divided into 6 groups on the basis of their date of introduction. Some significant differences in plant height were found especially between cultivars introduced between 1950 and 1965 and those introduced later which were shorter.

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