Researches on the technical improvement of rice culture on ill-drained fields. VI. Studies of the effects of hill soil put in rice field. . Effects of red colored hill soil on the crop by early transplanting

Shiratori, Koji; Matsumoto, Naoharu; Matsuoka, Y.

Proceedings Crop Science Society Japan 28(1): 55-57

1959


Accession: 025388933

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Abstract
When red hill soil was applied, the harvest was good, with more ears and less lodging. Also a heavy application of N fertilizer did not reduce the weight of the grains. Benefits were found on muck, sandy soil and heavy clay soil alike, particularly with early transplanting.