Rice Nutrient Management in California

Rice Nutrient Management in California

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Source: Vergara 1979, reprinted with permission. uptake is completed before the end of vegetative growth (see the individual nutrient chapters for details on uptake pattern). A seedling rice ... Roots of flooded rice are shallower than in most upland crops, growing a maximum of about 16 inches deep, with the majority from 0 to 6 inches deep. Shallow root ... Tillers During the vegetative phase, rice plants produce many leaves, grow taller, and most importantly, develop tillers. Tillers areanbsp;...

Title:Rice Nutrient Management in California
Author: Randall G. Mutters, Christopher A. Greer, William R. Horwath
Publisher:UCANR Publications - 2010-01-01

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