- Volume 17 Issue 3
Effects of Nitrogen Fertilizers on Growth and Nutrient Uptake of Rice Plants and Chemical Properties of Paddy Soil
질소질(窒素質) 비종(肥種)이 수도(水稻)의 생육(生育)과 양분흡수(養分吸收) 및 토양(土壤)의 화학적(化學的) 성질(性質)에 미치는 영향(影響)
- Lim, Sun-Uk (College of Agriculture, Seoul National University) ;
- Kim, You-Hak (College of Agriculture, Seoul National University)
- Published : 1984.09.25
For the purpose of investigating the effect of chemical composition of nitrogenous fertilizers such as urea, ammonium sulfate, ammonium phosphate(dibasic) and aqua-ammonia on growth, yield, efficiency and chemical properties of paddy soil this study was carried out at the same nitrogen concentration through field experiment. The results obtained was summarized as follows. 1. Nitrogenous fertilizers had an effect on plant height at heading stage, plant weight at harvest and No. of spikelet per panicle of rice plants in decreasing order: Ammonium sulfate > Diammonium phosphate > Urea > Ammonia water. But they didn't effect on culm length, spike length, dry matter weight, No. of grain per spike, ripening ratio and weight of 1000 grains of rice plants. 2. The absorbed amount of nitrogen and that of sulfur and nitrogen availability were highest in ammonium sulfate application and lowest in ammonia water application and these were positively correlated with yield. 3. The influence of nitrogenous fertilizers on nitrogen and sulfur efficiency and translocation efficiency was insignificant but that of ammonium sulfate on nitrogen efficiency was higher than that of the others. 4. The effect of nitrogenous fertilizers on a basic chemical properties of paddy soil experimented such as pH, C.E.C, exchangeable cation and organic matter was insignificant. But the sulfur content of ammonium sulfate application and phosphorous content of diammonium phosphate application were higher than that of the others.