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Impacts of Flooding Depths on Weed Occurrence and Yield in No-tillage Paddy Field Covered with Chinese Milk Vetch
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Impacts of Flooding Depths on Weed Occurrence and Yield in No-tillage Paddy Field Covered with Chinese Milk Vetch
Hong, Kwang-Pyo; Lee, Young-Han;
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 Abstract
Rice production depended on the weed control. The purpose of this study was conducted to evaluate the influence of tillage with chemical amendments + 5 cm flooded, no-tillage without Chinese milk vetch + 5 cm flooded (NTNT 5 cm), no-tillage amended with Chinese milk vetch + 5 cm flooded (NTCM 5 cm), and no-tillage amended with Chinese milk vetch + 10 cm flooded (NTCM 10 cm) on weed occurrence and yield of rice in paddy. Triplicate experimental plots were laid out in a randomized complete block design and compared by employing least significant difference. The dry weights of weeds in NTCM 5 cm and NTCM 10 cm were 11% and 4% level of NTNT 5 cm (p<0.05) and were 3.2 times and 1.2 times more than in conventional tillage system. In addition, the Aneilema keisak and Ludwigia prostrata were significantly increased in NTNT 5 cm (p<0.05). The yield of rice grain in NTCM 10 cm was 2.6 times more than in NTNT 5 cm and was 89% level of conventional tillage system. Our findings suggest that NTCM 10 cm should be enhance of weed control as well as improving of yield of rice in paddy.
 Keywords
No-tillage paddy;Flooding depth;Chinese milk-vetch;Weed control;
 Language
Korean
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