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Nutrition of rice with reference to the occurrence of akagare disease. 4. Occurrence of the disease as affected by cultivation and its relationship with plant metabolism.

, : Nutrition of rice with reference to the occurrence of akagare disease. 4. Occurrence of the disease as affected by cultivation and its relationship with plant metabolism.. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc, Japan, 26: 1-2

In pot experiments using paddy soil in which the disease frequently occurred, dense sowing, heavy N applications and deep submergence promoted the disease, while sparse sowing, the use of up1 and varieties and drainage in midsummer suppressed it.


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