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Effect of drought on root and shoot growth, plant water status, canopy temperature and yield of rice



Effect of drought on root and shoot growth, plant water status, canopy temperature and yield of rice



Journal of Soils and Crops 12(2): 179-182



The performance of rice cultivars Kranti, IR-20, R-704-2-73-3-2, Mahamaya, and BG-380-2 under normal and drought conditions was studied in Raipur, Madhya Pradesh, India. Drought was imposed for 2 weeks (from 48 to 62 days after transplanting) by withholding irrigation. Drought for 2 weeks significantly reduced grain yield, grain test weight, nitrogen uptake, and shoot dry matter.

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