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Dry matter production and nitrogen absorption of japonica-indica hybrid rice cultivars grown under upland conditions - a comparison with Japonica cultivars



Dry matter production and nitrogen absorption of japonica-indica hybrid rice cultivars grown under upland conditions - a comparison with Japonica cultivars



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 71(1): 28-35



Japonica-indica hybrid rice cultivars, Suweon 287 and Suweon 290, showed a high yield under upland and lowland cultivation conditions. This study was conducted to elucidate the high yielding ability of these japonica-indica hybrid rice cultivars under upland conditions through the examination of dry matter production and nitrogen absorption. These cultivars were compared with the japonica upland and lowland cultivars, Toyohatamochi and Koshihikari.

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