Alleviating soil sickness caused by aerobic monocropping: responses of aerobic rice to soil oven-heating

@article{Nie2007AlleviatingSS,
  title={Alleviating soil sickness caused by aerobic monocropping: responses of aerobic rice to soil oven-heating},
  author={Lixiao Nie and Shaobing Peng and Bas A. M. Bouman and Jianliang Huang and Kehui Cui and Romeo M. Visperas and H. Park},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2007},
  volume={300},
  pages={185-195}
}
“Aerobic rice” system is the cultivation of nutrient-responsive cultivars in nonflooded and nonsaturated soil under supplemental irrigation. It is intended for lowland areas with water shortage and for favorable upland areas with access to supplementary irrigation. Yield decline caused by soil sickness has been reported with continuous monocropping of aerobic rice grown under nonflooded conditions. The objective of this study was to determine the growth response of rice plant to oven heating of… CONTINUE READING

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