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The effects of mixed application of organic and inorganic fertilizers to paddy soil (third report)

, : The effects of mixed application of organic and inorganic fertilizers to paddy soil (third report). Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Jiangxiensis 12(1): 37-42

In trials in 1982-89, rice was given no fertilizer, one application of chemical fertilizer or green manure of Astragalus sinicus with chemical fertilizer, with rice straw + chemical fertilizer, or with pig manure + chemical fertilizer.

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