Some Methods to Minimize Zinc Deficiency in Transplanted Wetland Rice
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Zinc deficiency of wetland rice generally occurs in two main situations: in calcareous soils, which may or may not be very poorly drained, and in noncalcareous soils that are very poorly drained or remain reduced for long periods by perennial flood irrigation. The present paper deals with the second kind.
KeywordsZinc Deficiency Calcareous Soil Zinc Oxide International Rice Research Institute Zinc Sulfate
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