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Studies on the nutrition of the Rice plant in relation to the occurrence of the so-called 'Akagare' disease I. Occurrence of the disease as influenced by the temperature of the irrigation water and by the supply of potassium or starch to the soil.

Baba, I.; Takahashi, Y.; Iwata, I.; Inada, K.

Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan 22(3-4): 111-112


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Experiments in which rice was grown under various environmental conditions in a field in which 'Akagare' disease habitually occurred demonstrated that incidence was increased by depletion of potassium, by supplying starch to the soil, and exposing the plants to warm irrigation water (36 degrees to 39 degrees C.) without potassium.

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