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Studies on varietal difference in physiological characteristics of rice 'plant. Varietaldifference in nutrient absorption of the rice plant



Studies on varietal difference in physiological characteristics of rice 'plant. Varietaldifference in nutrient absorption of the rice plant



Proceedings Crop Science Society Jap 36(4): 388



A Japanese variety Norin No. 29 and a Korean variety Nongkwang were grown in normal soil (Konosusoil), humus-rich soil (Matsuo soil), and poor sandy soil (Oami soil). No difference was observed in the N and P absorption. There was a difference in nutrient absorption between the 2 varieties when planted in the humus-rich soil under reduced condition. K and silica contents in Nongkwang were higher than those in Norin No, 29.

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