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  1. Vol. 66 No. 3, p. 459-460
     
    Received: Mar 29, 1973
    Published: May, 1974


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doi:10.2134/agronj1974.00021962006600030037x

Response of Lowland Rice to Time and Method of Application of Phosphate1

  1. W. H. Patrick,
  2. F. J. Peterson and
  3. F. E. Wilson2

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Abstract

Field experiments were carried out for several years with lowland rice (Oryza sativa L.) to investigate methods and time of application of phosphate. Drill application of P at seeding was compared to topdressing 2 to 3 weeks after seeding. Topdressing at various times after seeding were also compared. Drilling phosphate fertilizer at seeding was superior to early-season topdressing. Topdressing 2 weeks after seeding gave higher yields than topdressing later in the growing season.

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