effect of irrigation and nitrogen application on grain

1 Introduction

Increased yield due to application of nitrogen with presences of optimum soil moisture in the root zone [12] With these perspectives experiment was conducted to study the effect of irrigation scheduling and nitrogen doses along with split application influence the yield attributes and yield of aerobic rice

Effect of Preplant Irrigation Nitrogen Fertilizer

Effect of Preplant Irrigation Nitrogen Fertilizer Application Timing and Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization on Winter benefit to grain yield from spring or split N fertilization applications [23] but others have reported that significant For the interaction effect of irrigation and fertilizer treatmentongrainyield

Effect of nitrogen fertilizer rates on grain yield and

Oct 26 2018Nitrogen is one of the most important nutrients limiting yield of bread wheat in Ethiopian highlands Application of a large amount of N fertilizer has been a method of increasing yield in the study area which is costly and can cause environmental pollution Therefore a field experiment was conducted for two consecutive years (2014 and 2015) to evaluate the effect of N application rates on

Effect of irrigation and nitrogen fertilization on the

Effect of irrigation and nitrogen fertilization on the agronomic traits and yield of irrigated rice 725 Rev Ceres Viosa v 63 n 5 p 724-731 set/out 2016 INTRODUCTION The appropriate management of irrigation water and the rational use of fertilizers together with the use of cultivars that are efficient in the absorption and utilization

Effect of irrigation and nitrogen application on grain

Effects of irrigation and nitrogen application on grain yield and protein content in winter wheat in 2012/2013 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 and interactions between irrigation and nitrogen application summary of F significance from analysis of variance of the effects of main factors and interactions

Effect of irrigation and nitrogen fertilization on the

Late flooding as well as late nitrogen application resulted in reduction of phytobiomass grain quality and yield of irrigated rice Flooding is recommended at the beginning of tillering for cultivar that shows higher initial growth while for slower growth cultivar ponding water can be established until mid-tillering

Effects of different irrigation and nitrogen regimes on

Aug 15 2014Effect of irrigation and nitrogen application regimes on the R/S ratio in Zhengzhou and Wenxian during the 2012–2013 growing season The R/S was significantly affected by water and nitrogen treatments as this value significantly declined with increasing rates of nitrogen application under W0 (water stress) and W2 (irrigated) conditions

Effect of irrigation and nitrogen management on

Effect of irrigation and nitrogen management on performance and nitrogen removal under different tillage systems of wheat (Triticum aestivum L ) Author(s): Arvind Kumar and Mohit Abstract: The stagnation of productivity growth in the rice-wheat systems of the Indo-Gangetic Plains in South Asia has led to increased calls for technologies based

Effect of Wetting and Drying Alternative Irrigation

XU Guo-Wei LYU Qiang LU Da-Ke WANG He-Zheng CHEN Ming-Can Effect of Wetting and Drying Alternative Irrigation Coupling with Nitrogen Application on Root Characteristic and Grain-sink Activity[J] Acta Agron Sin 2016 42(10): 1495-1505

EFFECTS OF FERTILIZER N AND SOIL MOISTURE ON YIELD YIELD

On dryland grain protein was 15 4% with no N applied and 17 0% at rates 61 5 kg/ha on irrigation it increased from 14 1 to 15 7% with increasing N levels Number of heads and kernels and kernel weight were increased by irrigation but only the two former parameters were increased by N Dry matter accumulation was related to N concentration

EFFECTS OF FERTILIZER N AND SOIL MOISTURE ON YIELD YIELD

On dryland grain protein was 15 4% with no N applied and 17 0% at rates 61 5 kg/ha on irrigation it increased from 14 1 to 15 7% with increasing N levels Number of heads and kernels and kernel weight were increased by irrigation but only the two former parameters were increased by N Dry matter accumulation was related to N concentration

CiteSeerX — Research Article Effect of Preplant Irrigation

Preplant irrigation can impact fertilizer management in winter wheat The objective of this study was to evaluate the main and interactive effects of preplant irrigation N fertilizer application timing and different N P and K fertilizer treatments on grain yield andWUE

Elevated CO2 drought and soil nitrogen effects on wheat

Dec 21 2001The likely consequences of future high levels of atmospheric CO 2 concentration on wheat (Triticum aestivum L ) grain nutritional and baking quality were determined Two free‐air CO 2 enrichment (FACE 550 mmol mol −1) experiments were conducted at ample (Wet) and limiting (Dry) levels of irrigation and a further two experiments at ample (High‐N) and limiting (Low‐N) nitrogen

Multisplit Nitrogen Application via Drip Irrigation

Jun 16 2017Multisplit Nitrogen Application via Drip Irrigation Improves Maize Grain Yield and Nitrogen Use Efficiency Drip fertigation is an effective way to optimize NUE and increase maize grain yield In this study the effect of drip fertigation on maize growth and N accumulation under two maize cropping practices was examined in a 2‐yr field

Effects of Azolla and inorganic nitrogen application on

Effects of Azolla and inorganic nitrogen application on growth and yield of rice in mwea irrigation scheme By: WA Oyange GN Chemining'wa JI Kanya PN Njiruh Key Words: Azolla Grain yield Nitrogen Rice Int J Agron Agri Res 14(3) 1-8 March 2019

EFFECT OF IRRIGATION AND NITROGEN ON GRAIN YIELD

Abstract A field experiment was conducted during winter seasons of 1996–97 and 1997–98 to study the effect of irrigation (IW:CPE of 1 0 1 2 and 1 4) and nitrogen (0 40 80 and 120 kg/ha) on grain yield response nutrient content and its uptake rates and other parameters in rajmash

Effect of Interaction Between Nitrogen Rate and Irrigation

Effect of Interaction Between Nitrogen Rate and Irrigation Regime on Grain Quality of japonica Rice in Northeast China: ZHOU Chanchan 1 HUANG Yuancai 1 JIA Baoyan 1 WANG Yan 1 LI Ruifeng 1 WANG Shu 1 * FENG Yue 2 Fugen DOU 3: 1 College of Agronomy Shenyang Agricultural University/Northeastern Crop Cultivation Science Observation and Experiment Station in Shenyang

Effect of irrigation and nitrogen application on grain

This study aimed to evaluate the effect of irrigation and nitrogen application on the grain yield protein content and amino acid composition of winter wheat Field experiments were conducted in a split-plot design with three replications in high-yielding land on

Durum grain quality as affected by nitrogen fertilization

Nitrogen application near anthesis increased grain protein yield and HVAC in both years of rite study and increased grain yield grain volume weight and kernel size in 1995 The results of this study suggest that N fertilizer application near anthesis has a primary influence on durum quality and that effects of irrigation frequency during

Effect of foliar application of nitrogen on growth yield

A field experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of foliar application of nitrogen on growth yield and grain quality parameters of wheat (Triticum aestivum L ) (cv 'TD-1) The thrice replicated treatments included T1: Recommended dose of NPK (168:84:60 kg ha-1) T 2= Full Recommended dose of 168 kg ha-1 N+ 0 5% N foliar spray )T 3= Half Recommended dose 84 kg ha-1 N + 0 5% N

NITROGEN ASSIMILATION GRAIN PROTEIN AND YIELD OF

Effects on N rate time of N application and irrigation on NRA and grain protein have been well documented (Sekhon and Aggarwal 1991 Sajo et al 1992 Fischer et al 1993 Akaya 1994 Vyas et al 1999 Krishnakumari et al 2000) However information on nitrogen assimilation with respect to irrigation timings and mode of fertilizer N

Effect of Water and Nitrogen Management on Water

The interaction effect of irrigation and nitrogen on grain yield was significant and the highest grain yield was recorded in SMD irrigation treatment with N120 levels of nitrogen which was statistically at par with that at 60% SMD irrigation and N120 levels of nitrogen Water use vs grain yield y = 1 59x - 1283 48 R2 = 0 58** 0 1000 2000

Effect of Wetting and Drying Alternative Irrigation

XU Guo-Wei LYU Qiang LU Da-Ke WANG He-Zheng CHEN Ming-Can Effect of Wetting and Drying Alternative Irrigation Coupling with Nitrogen Application on Root Characteristic and Grain-sink Activity[J] Acta Agron Sin 2016 42(10): 1495-1505