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Judicious irrigation saves water in rice cultivation

Indian Farming 41(2): 27-28
Judicious irrigation saves water in rice cultivation
The authors emphasize that even on coarse-textured soils continuous submergence is only required for a 3-week period after transplanting to ensure seedling establishment. The field may be drained for 1 to 5 days, depending on the weather, before the next irrigation. There will be no adverse effect on yield and 25-50% of water can be saved.

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