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Effect of seed rate in nursery on transplanted ahu rice



Effect of seed rate in nursery on transplanted ahu rice



Crop Research (Hisar) 6(1): 1-4



Seed rate in nursery, though produced marked difference in seedling number/sq. m, seedling height and dry weights of seedling just before transplanting, remained at par in case of grain yield and yield attributing characters of transplanted ahu rice. Seedling number/sq. m and main field coverage by the seedlings increased significantly and almost proportionately with the increase in seed rate from 40 to 100 g/sq. m in nursery. A reverse trend was observed in respect of seedling height, dry weight of seedling and nursery area required to transplant 1 ha of land. Among the varieties, IR-50 remained superior to krishna and Cauvery in respect of seedling weight, number of panicles/sq. m, grains/panicle and grain yield.

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