Influence of Percolation Rate on Nutrient Uptake and Yield of Paddy Rice

투수속도(透水速度)가 수도(水稻)의 양분흡수(養分吸收) 및 수량(收量)에 미치는 영향(影響)

  • Published : 1984.09.25


In order to analyze the effects of percolation rate on the growth and yield of rice plants in paddy soils, pot (1a/2000) experiments were carried out. The soil used was highly concentrated with various salts in the horticulture area under vinyl house cultivation, and Samgang variety of Japanica rice was planted. With the increasing rates of percolation, $SiO_2$ and $Ca^{2+}$ were more leached out from soils than supplied by irrigation while $K^+$ and $NH_4{^+}$ were more supplied to soils than leached out. The root activity in the late growth stage was higher in the percolation pots than in the non-percolation pots. Amounts of nutrient uptake of T-N, $P_2O_5$, $K_2O$ and MgO were increased gradually with the increase of percolation rate, but that of $SiO_2$ was maximum at 10mm per day. The percolation rate of 5~10mm per day was considered to be the optimum condition for obtaining more than 95% of relative yield in rice cultivation.