+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Machine transplanting cultivation with infant seedling in rice plant 3. varietal response of seedling height submerged depth and transplanting depth to the growth of infant rice seedling after transplanting



Machine transplanting cultivation with infant seedling in rice plant 3. varietal response of seedling height submerged depth and transplanting depth to the growth of infant rice seedling after transplanting



Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration 33(3 RICE): 48-55



This study was carried out to observe the effect of seedling height, submerged depth and transplanting depth on the growth of infant rice seedling after transplanting with 24 recommended cultivars. Cultivars having high emergence ratio of leaf blade on water surface under deep submerged depth (5cm) were Odabyeo, Bongkwangbyeo, Baegambyeo, Nongbaeg, Daekwanbyeo, Namyangbyeo, Chucheongbyeo, Dongjinbyeo, Daecheongbyeo, Taebaegbyeo, Kayabyeo, Yongjubyeo, Samgangbyeo, Yongmoonbyeo, Jangseongbyeo and Hangangchalbyeo. Surviving ratio of infant seedling under the submerged condition were higher in Indica x Japonica cultivars than in Japonica cultivars. In machine transplanting cultivation with infant rice seedlings, the serious injury of seedling growth after transplanting was observed in shorter seedling height, in deeper transplanting depth and in deeper submerged depth.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 007528061

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Machine stress rating panel products. Machine stress rating panel products: iii + 23, 1987

Machine transplanting cultivation with infant rice seedlings. I. Effects of different nursery soil and plumule length on the infant rice seedling for machine transplanting. Korean Journal of Crop Science 34(4): 428-433, 1989

Studies on the paper pot transplanting of rice m plant part 1 effects of paper pot transplantation on the growth and yield of rice m plant. Proceedings of the Crop Science Society of Japan 39(3): 383-390, 1970

Studies on the paper-pot transplanting of rice plant. 1. Effects of paper-pot transplantation on the growth and yield of rice plant. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. Japan, 39: 3, 383-90. Bibl. 2, 1970

Phytotoxicity of vapour phase hydrogen peroxide to Thompson Seedless grapes and Botrytis cinerea spores. Crop protection 14(2): 131-135, 1995

Growth variation of Scots pine across a pollution gradient on the Kola Peninsula, Russia. Environmental Pollution 93(3): 313-325, 1996

Rice seeding rate study. Annual Progress Report 1985, Northeast Research Station, St Joseph, La and Macon Ridge Research Station, Winnsboro, La: 150-151, .

Effects of sublethal doses of insecticides on the mating behaviour of the male parasitoid, Diadegma eucerophagum. Journal of South China Agricultural University 16(2): 55-59, 1995

Increasing rice production efficiency through mechanization. Progress in irrigated rice research Selected papers and abstracts from the International Rice Research Conference, 21-25 September 1987, Hangzhou, China: 293-310, 1989

Rice seedling emergence as influenced by soil moisture bulk density and seeding depth. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 29(4): 433-436, 1981

Effect of plant growth regulators on the propagation of cuttings of spiraea prunifolia sieb and zucc. Advances In Plant Sciences. 4(2): 391-393, 1991

Rice seedling establishment for machine transplanting 12. advancing leaf age of tray grown seedling for machine transplanting. Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration 29(1 CROPS): 57-67, 1987

Effects of seeding time and seed rate on seed production in italian ryegrass. Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration (Suweon) 30(2 LIVEST): 48-53, 1988

Studies on fertilization in the teleost IV Effects of aphidicolin and camptothecin on chromosome formation in fertilized medaka eggs. Development Growth and Differentiation ust; 44(4): 293-302, 2002

Transplanting common beans inoculated with Rhizobium as a strategy to increase nitrogen biological fixation in rainfed conditions. Agrociencia 30(3): 345-351, 1996