Growth and yield of rice (Oryza sativa L.) under resource conservation technologies in the irrigated drylands of Central Asia

@article{Devkota2013GrowthAY,
  title={Growth and yield of rice (Oryza sativa L.) under resource conservation technologies in the irrigated drylands of Central Asia},
  author={Krishna P. Devkota and A. M. Manschadi and John P. A. Lamers and Elizabeth Humphreys and Mina Devkota and O. Egamberdiev and Raj Kumar Gupta and Ken D. Sayre and Paul L. G. Vlek},
  journal={Field Crops Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={149},
  pages={115-126}
}
Abstract Increasing water shortage and low water productivity in the irrigated drylands of Central Asia are compelling farmers to adopt resource conservation technologies, such as dry seeded, non-flooded rice. Alternate wet and dry (AWD) water management combined with alternative establishment methods, e.g., zero tillage planting in bed and flat layouts, and residue retention, may substantially reduce rice irrigation water requirement. Field experiments were conducted in a rice–wheat cropping… 
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