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  1. Vol. 54 No. 6, p. 477-480
    Received: Dec 11, 1961



Effects of High Nitrogen Fertilization and Lodging on Rice Yield1

  1. M. N. Basak,
  2. S. K. Sen and
  3. P. K. Bhattacharjee2



Application of 100 pounds N per acre gave optimum yield of rice, provided plants did not lodge before heading. Pre-heading lodging reduced level of nitrogen consumption and response and the yield. Lodging seemed to be a physiological phenomenon rather than a varietal character. It originated from structural weakness development in culm tissues and was caused primarily by deeper submergence of plants during vegetative growth aided by high nitrogen concentration in soil.

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