Distribution of Available (DTPA-extractable) Zinc and Iron and their Relationship with Some Soil Properties in Rice Soils of Chamarajanagar District, Karnataka, India

@article{Kumar2017DistributionOA,
  title={Distribution of Available (DTPA-extractable) Zinc and Iron and their Relationship with Some Soil Properties in Rice Soils of Chamarajanagar District, Karnataka, India},
  author={M. B. M. Kumar and C. T. Subbarayappa and V. Ramamurthy},
  journal={International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={1423-1428}
}
Rice is the most important staple food crop in the world as well as in India. It serves as a major source of calories for about 60 per cent of the world population. Globally, it occupies an area of 147 m ha with production of 525 m t. Rice is grown in an area of 43.86 m ha with a production of 104.80 m t with an average productivity of 2.65 t ha -1 in India and 1.30 m ha with an annual production of 3.66 m t in Karnataka (Anon., 2015). Out of seven micronutrients zinc and iron play a vital role… 

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