Increasing Productivity of Intensive Rice Systems Through Site-specific Nutrient Management
Achim Dobermann, C. Witt, D. Dawe
Science Publishers, 2004 - Science - 410 pages
The integrated, efficient use of nutrients is one of the key issues for sustainable resource management in irrigated rice in Asia - one of the most intensive agricultural systems in the world. This book summarizes research conducted from 1994-2001 to develop and evaluate a new concept for site-specific nutrient management and the tools needed for applying it in farmers' fields with irrigated rice.
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Methodology for socioeconomic and agronomic onfarm research
The economics of intensively irrigated rice in Asia
Trends in sustainability and farmlevel productivity in intensive
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Aduthurai applied Asia Cassman KG Central Luzon climatic crop management crops grown Delta difference between SSNM Dobermann domains DS crops estimated farmers farms fertilizer cost fertilizer rates four crops grain yield harvest indigenous nutrient supplies Indonesia input International Rice Research IRRI Jinhua kg ha-1 kg kg kg kg-1 kg N ha-1 labor Makati City Mekong Delta N-use efficiency nitrogen Nueva Ecija nutrient management SSNM nutrient uptake omission plots Omon on-farm panicle performance of SSNM pest Philippines plant profit recovery efficiencies Red River Delta rice area rice crops rice production Rice Research Institute rice yields RTDP sample Senegal River site-specific nutrient management SPAD spikelets SSNM and FFP SSNM plots straw Sukamandi Suphan Buri Table Tamil Nadu Thailand Thanjavur Vietnam Village x crop West Java Witt yield component yield gain yield goal yield increase yield potential yield target Zhejiang