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Impact Of Production Inputs And Timing On Growth And Yield Of Rice In Northern Ghana
Rice production in the Northern Ghana was reported to be associated with many environmental constraints, which contribute to high yield losses. In this study, four perfumed rice varieties, 3 split application regimes of nitrogen, 6 staggered planting times, 6 staggered harvesting times and staggered storage duration from harvest to 6 months of storage were used in a randomized complete block design to identify the best combination of factors that are associated with growth and yield. The field experiment was a 3 x 4 x 6 factorial experiment consisting of three Nitrogen application regimes (1 basal, 1 top-dressing; 1 basal, 2 top-dressings; and 1 basal, 3 top-dressings)
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