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Agricultural Science Digest, volume 33 issue 2 (june 2013) : 158-160


Pushpraj Singh, I.M. Khan, Smita Singh, Archana Panday
1Department of Agronomy College of Agriculture, Rewa - 486 001, India
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Cite article:- Singh Pushpraj, Khan I.M., Singh Smita, Panday Archana (2024). RELATIVE PERFORMANCE OF RICE HYBRIDS UNDER SYSTEM OF RICE INTENSIFICATION. Agricultural Science Digest. 33(2): 158-160. doi: .
A field experiment was conducted during rainy season of 2008 to study the relative performance of rice hybrids under system of rice intensification. Amongst the rice hybrids, PRH-10 and NPH-567 proved their superiority with respect to yield attributes like panicle length, no. of grains, weight, grain yield and net income per hectare. PRH-10 gave significantly higher grain yield (99.50q/ha) and net income (Rs.49125/ha), followed by NPH-567 (87.00q/ha yield and Rs.40063/ha net income) over rest of the rice hybrids.
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