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Management of agronomic factors in rice production. The influence of preflood nitrogen, midseason nitrogen rate and application time on rice grain yield, total nitrogen uptake and midseason nitrogen uptake



Management of agronomic factors in rice production. The influence of preflood nitrogen, midseason nitrogen rate and application time on rice grain yield, total nitrogen uptake and midseason nitrogen uptake



Research Series Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station ( 453): 255-258



A field trial was conducted at the Arkansas Rice Research and Extension Center, Stuttgart, during 1992-93 to evaluate midseason N fertilizer uptake by rice Lacassine as influenced by preflood N rate, midseason N rate and midseason N application date.

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