Green Farming
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International Journal of Applied Agricultural & Horticultural Sciences
  • 17 December, 2017
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Vol. 8 (5) : September-October 2017 issue
Green Farming Vol. 8 (5) : 1048-1051 ; September-October, 2017
Morphological characters of rice influenced by different planting methods and nitrogen treatments
S. PRANEETH1*, D. VISHNU VARDHAN REDDY2, R. MAHENDER KUMAR3 and P.C. LATHA4
Dept. of Crop physiology, College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, PJTSAU, Hyderabad - 500 030 (Telangana)
Designation :  
1Ph.D. Scholar *(suvarnapraneeth@gmail.com), 3Principal Scientist, 2Dean of Student Welfare, 4Scientist
Subject : Crop Physiology
Paper No. : P-6798
Total Pages : 4
Received : 03 July 2017
Revised accepted : 26 August 2017
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Citation :

S. PRANEETH, D. VISHNU VARDHAN REDDY, R. MAHENDER KUMAR and P.C. LATHA. 2017. Morphological characters of rice influenced by different planting methods and nitrogen treatments. Green Farming Vol. 8 (5) : 1048-1051 ; September-October, 2017

ABSTRACT
This paper examines the morphological characters under different planting methods and nitrogen treatments. Morphological characters like plant height, tiller number and effective tillers performed well under system of rice intensification (SRI) compared to normal transplantation (NTP). Among the nitrogen management practices 75% inorganic+ 25% organic (N5) treatment showed better performance compared to 100% inorganic (N6), 100 % organic (N2), 50% organic + 50% inorganic (N4), 75% organic +25% inorganic (N3) and control (N1).
Key words :
Morphological characters, NTP, Planting methods, Rice, SRI.