Impact of Alternate Drought and FloodingStress on Water Use, and Nitrogen and PhosphorusLosses in a Paddy Field

@article{Wang2018ImpactOA,
  title={Impact of Alternate Drought and FloodingStress on Water Use, and Nitrogen and PhosphorusLosses in a Paddy Field},
  author={Mei Wang and Shuang’en Yu and Guangcheng Shao and Shikai Gao and Jiao-ai Wang and Yiding Zhang},
  journal={Polish Journal of Environmental Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={345-355}
}
Alternate drought and fl ooding stress has become more prevalent during paddy growth stages as a result of climate change, especially in southern China. This study aims to assess the effect of alternate drought and fl ooding stress on water use, and nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) losses in paddy fi elds. Two controlled irrigation and drainage (CID) managements (namely drought at the beginning of growth stages followed by fl ooding (CID-1), and fl ooding at the beginning of growth stages… 

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