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Response of wet land direct seeded rice varieties to nitrogen

Response of wet land direct seeded rice varieties to nitrogen

Indian Journal of Agronomy 33(2): 218-220

In trials with 7 rice cultivars increasing N rates from 0 to 30 and 60 kg/ha increased the av. paddy yields from 3.46 to 4.84 and 5.24 t/ha, resp. Yields were not further increased with 90 kg N/ha. There was n.s.d. between yields (4.48-4.92 t/ha) of the cultivars. The cultivar x N rates interaction was significant. At 30 kg N/ha Pusa 312 gave the highest yield of 5.67 t/ha.

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