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Screening of rice accessions for yield and yield attributes contributing to salinity tolerance in coastal saline soils of Tamil Nadu, South India



Screening of rice accessions for yield and yield attributes contributing to salinity tolerance in coastal saline soils of Tamil Nadu, South India



Asian Journal of Plant Sciences 4(4): 435-437



A field experiment was conducted in the saline field of Annamalai University, experimental farm, Annamalai Nagar during Kharif season of 2000-2001, to study the screening of rice accessions for growth and yield attributes contributing to salinity tolerance. The experiment was laid out in Randomized Block Design with three replications. Fifteen rice accessions from the International Rice Soil Stress Tolerance Screening Nursery Trial (IRSSTN) of IRRI were used for the study.

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