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Contribution of different rates of nitrogen fertilization to some indicators of growth and productivity of rice on saline soils


Contribution of different rates of nitrogen fertilization to some indicators of growth and productivity of rice on saline soils



Alimentaria 40(344): 41-45



The growth and productivity indicators of rice under different rates of N fertilizer application were investigated. Rice was cultivated in weak salinity soils in Cauto valley, Cuba. The major growth and productivity indicators were: tiller number per plant, leaf area, dry matter accumulation at flowering, panicle number per area and grain yield at maturity.

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