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A note on the method of application of nitrogen in paddy grown in coastal saline sodic soils of South Gujarat



A note on the method of application of nitrogen in paddy grown in coastal saline sodic soils of South Gujarat



Journal of the Indian Society of Coastal Agricultural Research 7(1): 69-70



In a field trial in S. Gujarat during the kharif seasons of 1979-80 and 1980-81, rice Masuri was given 80 or 120 kg N/ha as urea pellets or broadcast or as foliar sprays. The effect of N rate on rice yields was not significant. In the 1st season there was no significant difference between application methods.

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