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Salinity tolerance at the reproductive stage of five rice varieties

Salinity tolerance at the reproductive stage of five rice varieties

Bangladesh Journal of Agriculture 11(4): 73-76

Seedlings of 5 rice were grown in soil at salinity levels of 0, 7, 14 or 21 mmho/cm from panicle initiation onwards. Increasing salinity progressively decreased plant height, tiller number/pot and panicle number. Panicle wt was stimulated at 7 mmho/cm compared with no salinity in all except BR10. At 14 mmho/cm, panicle wt of BR4 decreased by 90.3% compared with control plants, whereas that of BR11 decreased by only 36.5%.

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