Development and yield of rice depending on soil salinity and irrigation water mineralization

Barchukova, A.Ya

Pochvovedenie 7: 89-98

1982


Accession: 005131203

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Abstract
Salts in water and soils hinder the growth of rice plants, which display varying tolerance to them. The lowest salt resistance is observed in early phases of development (germination, bushing out). The mineralization of irrigation water being the same, soil salinity becomes important for the yield. The higher the content of salts in soil and water, the lower the amount and the weight of grains per plant the higher the proportion of empty grains.