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Study of Seedling Type for Transplanting Culture in Rice Paddy Field at the Newly Reclaimed Land
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  • Journal title : KOREAN JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
  • Volume 57, Issue 2,  2012, pp.166-170
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Crop Science
  • DOI : 10.7740/kjcs.2012.57.2.166
 Title & Authors
Study of Seedling Type for Transplanting Culture in Rice Paddy Field at the Newly Reclaimed Land
Choi, Weon-Young; Kim, Sun; Lee, Jang-Hee; Kim, Si-Ju; Choi, Min-Kyu; Ko, Jong-Cheol; Lee, Kyu-Seong; Lee, Kyeong-Bo;
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 Abstract
This research was carried out to choose the suitable seedling type to transplanting in order to stabilize rice yield. The brief of this research to transplant the seedling divided into 10-day seedling, 20-day seedling, 30-day seedling, 33-day pot seedling in the field of Saemangeum Gyehwa, newly reclaimed land were following; Average salt content in 2 years was reduced from 0.16% to 0.04% after transplanting. Heading date of seedling type was Aug. 14 at 33-day pot seedling compared to 2 days at 30-day seedling, 3 days at 20-day seedling, 5 days late at 10-day seedling. Lodging index was highest at 30-day seedling, and also, field lodging was 50%. Ripening ratio and 1,000 grain weight were similar and panicle number was higher 20-day seedling > 10-day seedling > 33-day pot seedling > 30-day seedling. Rice yield was higher 10-day seedling
 Keywords
rice;seedling;yield;newly reclaimed land;
 Language
Korean
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