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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(5): 38-45
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.905.003


A Physiological Approach: Nitrogen Management and Sub-1 Rice Varieties Grown in Flood Prone Ecosystem
Anand Kumar Pandey*, A. K. Singh, Alok Kumar Singh and R. K. Yadav
Department of Crop Physiology, A.N.D.U.A&T, Kumarganj, Ayodhya (U.P.), India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

Farmers in flood prone areas mostly use only urea without any solid recommendations. Possibilities of recurrent flooding/submergence during the season are one of reasons for avoiding nutrient application, through it has a strong bearing on regeneration growth and yield of rice varieties after floods, hence suitable nutrient management strategies are essential to enhance the productivity. However, higher dose of N (60 Kg ha-1 as basal) showed positive response on plant growth during submergence but higher elongation caused plant mortality during post oxidative phase. Meanwhile, popular package and practices among flood prone farmers, addition of Zero Kg N before submergence to minimized risk was not justified. So far, higher N applied as basal showed negative effect on survival during post submergence. Plants grown without N fertilizer before submergence showed 12-23% plant mortality in both Sub-1 rice varieties during post oxidative phase even though submerged field was substituted with higher dose of N @60 kg ha-1 at 5th days after desubmergence, mainly due to energy starvation during submergence. After de-submergence frequent addition of split doses of N might be helpful to meet out the demand of submerged plants for faster recovery.


Keywords: Physiology Approach; Nitrogen Management; Flood Prone; Sub-1; Rice
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Anand Kumar Pandey, A. K. Singh, Alok Kumar Singh and Yadav. R. K. 2020. A Physiological Approach: Nitrogen Management and Sub-1 Rice Varieties Grown in Flood Prone Ecosystem.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(5): 38-45. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.905.003