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Green manuring in determining the fate of applied fertilizer nitrogen in rainfed rice soils


Environment and Ecology 14(1): 76-81
Green manuring in determining the fate of applied fertilizer nitrogen in rainfed rice soils
The behaviour of added fertilizer nitrogen in rice soil, previously enriched with green manures is presented.


Accession: 002854345



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