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The response of short strawed rice varieties to varying levels of nitrogen fertilization


, : The response of short strawed rice varieties to varying levels of nitrogen fertilization. News Lett. FAO Internat. Rice Comm, 9: 3, 5-12

In trials conducted at Beaumont, Tex. and Stuttgart, Ark., two short-strawed selections, CI9187 (early maturing) and CI9205 (very early maturing), responded well to high rates of nitrogen fertilization.

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