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INTEGRATED USE OF VARIOUS ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NITROGEN SOURCES ON GROWfH, YIElD ANDQUALITY OF RICE (ORVZA SATIVA L.) - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4264 | Page : 298 - 303
Citation :- INTEGRATED USE OF VARIOUS ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NITROGEN SOURCES ON GROWfH, YIElD ANDQUALITY OF RICE (ORVZA SATIVA L.) - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2004.(25):298 - 303
K.R. Pushpanathan, M. Vijaya Kumar and K. Siddeswaran
Address : Department of Agronomy, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore - 641 003, India

Abstract

Rice growing countries indicate that application of nitrogen through organic sources or chemical fertilizers plays a dominant role in increasing the yield. To meet the current shortage of chemical fertilizers caused by energy crisis and socio economic constraints, it has become desirable to conserve crop residues and organic manure's and recycle them into the soil to increase the efficiency of soil nutrients. In general, integrated use of organic and inorganic nitrogen is the best combination of available nitrogen management techniques, which would facilitate achieving the required productivity and sustainability by efficient use of soli and applied nitrogen.

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