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Fundamental studies on method of fertilization for good ripening in rice plant



Fundamental studies on method of fertilization for good ripening in rice plant



Niigata Agric Sci, 22, 1-11. Bibl. 14



Top-dressing at heading increased straw weight and N content of leaf blades, protein content of kernels and increased panicle formation. In a trial where tiller number/hill was limited by thinning at maximum tillering, heavy fertilizer application limited panicle number/plot but increased grain number/panicle and promoted ripening; where there were high numbers of panicles/plot, grain number decreased and ripening was poor.

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