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Effect of sowing rates on growth and yield at furrow sowing on rice in paddy field



Effect of sowing rates on growth and yield at furrow sowing on rice in paddy field



Korean Journal of Crop Science 40(1): 86-91



In field experiments, path coefficient analysis showed that increasing the percentage of filled spikelets by reducing field lodging (observed at sowing rates >50 kg/ha) was the most significant factor in improving grain yields of rice.

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