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Cultivation experiments on the number of rice seedlings/hill



Cultivation experiments on the number of rice seedlings/hill



Report of the Tohoku Branch, Crop Science Society of Japan (31): 25-28



In field trials in 1987 rice Akihikari was transplanted manually at 1 or 2 plants/hill or transplanted by machine to give an av. of 5.5 plants/hill and NPK fertilizer was applied either in 2 split dressings or 3 split dressings with the 3rd applied at panicle emergence. Yields and various yield components were measured. With fertilizer in 2 split dressings yields were 75.6 g/msuperscript 2 with 1 plant/hill, 71.5 g with 2 plants/hill and 61.7 g with machine transplanting.

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