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Effect of slow release urea materials on rice and succeeding wheat



Effect of slow release urea materials on rice and succeeding wheat



Annals of Agricultural Research 15(3): 260-263



In a field trial at Ghagraghat, Uttar Pradesh in 1988-90, grain yield of rice Mahasuri was higher with 60 kg N/ha than with 0 or 30 kg N. Yield was generally higher when N was applied in 2 split applications (basal and at tillering) than all basally. Among N sources, slow release urea fertilizers (neem cake coated urea, gypsum coated urea and Masoorie Phos-coated urea) gave higher yields than prilled urea applied in 3 splits, and neem cake coated urea produced the highest yields.

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