Opportunities for increased nitrogen-use efficiency from improved resource management in irrigated rice systems

@article{Cassman1998OpportunitiesFI,
  title={Opportunities for increased nitrogen-use efficiency from improved resource management in irrigated rice systems},
  author={Kenneth G. Cassman and Shaobing Peng and Daniel C. Olk and Jagdish Kumar Ladha and Wolfgang T Reichardt and Achim Dobermann and Upendra Singh},
  journal={Field Crops Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={56},
  pages={7-39}
}

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