|Title:||Fertility management of rice soils in R.O.C. on Taiwan||Authors:||Lian, S.||Issue Date:||Jul-1989||Publisher:||Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asia and Pacific Region||Related Publication(s):||FFTC book series; no. 39||Start page/Pages:||69-79||Source:||Classification and management of rice growing soils||Conference:||proceedings of the Fifth International Soil Management Workshop||Abstract:||
Of the major fertility management practices for wet rice, N fertilization is the most important. Since the type of cultivar and the climate have profound effect on crop productivity, recommendations of N rates for rice are based primarily on the variety, the region and the cropping season. The soil factors affecting the response of rice to N fertilization are textural profile, pH and drainage conditions, rather than the organic matter content or the level of mineralizable N in the soil.
proceedings of the Fifth International Soil Management Workshop : held in Wufeng, Taichung, Taiwan, December 11-23, 1988
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