Phenological Response of Rice Plants to Different Micronutrients Application under Water Saving Paddy Fields on Calcareous Soil

@inproceedings{Sarwar2013PhenologicalRO,
  title={Phenological Response of Rice Plants to Different Micronutrients Application under Water Saving Paddy Fields on Calcareous Soil},
  author={Nighat Sarwar and Hakoomat Ali and Muhammad Nawaz Maqsood and Ehsan Ehsan Ullah and Mirza Imran Shahzad and Khuram Mubeen and Ahmad Naeem Shahzad and Muhammad Akmal Raza Shahid and Shayma Mohsen Ahmad},
  year={2013}
}
Due to a reduction of world water resources, rice cultivation has shifted from flooded to aerobic condition. This shift may alter soil physico-chemical conditions and cause reduced availability and uptake of nutrients, especially boron and zinc in calcareous soils, and may ultimately reduce yield. Thus a field experiment in a calcareous soil was conducted in which basal application of boron & zinc alone, or in combination, was undertaken in rice grown aerobically (T1), flooded for the entire… CONTINUE READING

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