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Effect of dates of planting, plant geometry and number of seedlings on growth and yield of hybrid rice (Oryza sativa L.)

First Author
First Name: 
V.K.
Last Name: 
Yadav
Co-Authors: 
H.N.Tripathi
Journal Title: 
Crop Research
Journal Year: 
2008
Journal Issue: 
36
Journal Pagination: 
1-3
Agro Tags: 
Hybrids | Grain | Heterosis | Planting date | Dry matter | spacing | Yields | Field experimentation | plant population | Leaf area index

A field experiment was conducted at Kanpur during Kharif seasons of 2005 and 2006, to find out the effect of hybrid rice 'PHB 71' to 3 dates of planting (15 July, 30 July and 14 August), 4 plant geometry (15 × 15cm, 20 × 15cm, 25 × 15cm and 30 × 15 cm) and 2 seedling rates (1  and 2 seedlings hill-1). Hybrid rice planted on 15 July recorded significantly more grain yield (62.82 q ha-1), which declined by 7.6 and 20.6% due to 15 and 30 days delay in planting, respectively.

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Studies on the effect of dates of planting, plant geometry and number of seedlings per hill in hybrid rice (Oryza sativa L.)

First Author
First Name: 
Vimlesh Kumar
Last Name: 
Yadav
Agro Tags: 
Hybrids | Harvest index | spacing | Grain | Transplanting | plant population | Net profit | Gross income | leaf area | time of transplanting

A field experiment was conducted during Kharif seasons of 2005 and 2006 to study the effect of dates of planting, plant geometry and number of seedlings per hill in hybrid rice 'PHB 71' at Student's Instructional Farm, Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur.

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drought| proteins| genotypes| groundnuts| tolerance| irrigation| drought stress| mycotoxins| planting| diffusion of information
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