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Effect of a mixture of charcoal and pyroligenous acid applied to the soil at different fertilizer levels on the growth and yield of rice


Effect of a mixture of charcoal and pyroligenous acid applied to the soil at different fertilizer levels on the growth and yield of rice



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 72(3): 345-349



The effects of a mixture of charcoal and pyroligenous acid (MCPA; 80% charcoal and 20% pyroligenous acid) applied to the soil at different fertilizer rates on the growth characteristics and yield of rice were examined. The total nitrogen content of the leaf blades significantly increased by applying MCPA to the soil at each fertilizer rate. The root activity also increased by applying MCPA.

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