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Effect of different modified forms of urea in upland rice in Meghalaya

, : Effect of different modified forms of urea in upland rice in Meghalaya. Indian Journal of Hill Farming 4(1): 9-10

In a field trial in 1986-87 at Barapani, Meghalaya, application of 60 kg N/ha as rock phosphate-coated urea, gypsum-coated urea, urea super granule, prilled urea or ammonium sulphate gave average rice DR-92 grain yields of 3.38, 3.15, 3.03, 2.93 and 2.77 t/ha, respectively, compared with 1.79 t without N application.

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