Note on the Effect of Levels of Potassium and Nitrogen Supply on the Growth of an Upland Rice Variety

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1964
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Enyi B.A.C
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High potassium application depressed the plant height at harvest but hastened time of ear emergence. It also depressed dry weights of grain and straw at a high level of nitrogen application. Increasing the nitrogen supply resulted in higher tiller numbers at harvest, but the response from the N2 level was not different from that at the N 2 level; it also increased the straw and grain yields.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 32 (125), p. 228-230
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