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A study on growth and development of upland rice root system in various soils






Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Jiangxiensis 21(3): 333-336

A study on growth and development of upland rice root system in various soils

The growth and development of the upland rice root system were studied by the three-dimensional coordinate container method. Regardless of the types of soils, the depth of root system distribution was generally about 0.6 m. Root volume, total area of root surface, active area of root surface, root length, root weight and root density varied with soil depth. Root length/root weight increased gradually with soil vertical depth.


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