Improvement of yield, pest control and Si nutrition of rice by rice-water spinach intercropping

Volume: 208, Pages: 34 - 43
Published: Jul 1, 2017
Abstract
Intercropping is an effective agricultural practice for crop production, resource utilization, and pest control. However, aquatic crops (e.g., rice) intercropping is relatively rare. Field experiments of two years/four seasons (early and late seasons in 2012, 2013) was carried out to test the effects of rice-water spinach intercropping on yield, disease and pest control, and Si, N nutrition of rice plant in the present study. The experiment...
Paper Details
Title
Improvement of yield, pest control and Si nutrition of rice by rice-water spinach intercropping
Published Date
Jul 1, 2017
Volume
208
Pages
34 - 43
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