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Green Manuring Effect of Pure and Mixed Barley-Hairy Vetch on Rice Production

보리-헤어리베치 단파 및 혼파가 벼 수량에 미치는 영향

  • Kim, Tae-Young (Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeonsang National University) ;
  • Kim, Song-Yeob (Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeonsang National University) ;
  • Alam, Faridul (Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeonsang National University) ;
  • Lee, Yong-Bok (Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeonsang National University)
  • 김태영 (경상대학교 응용생명과학부) ;
  • 김송엽 (경상대학교 응용생명과학부) ;
  • 파리둘 (경상대학교 응용생명과학부) ;
  • 이용복 (경상대학교 응용생명과학부)
  • Received : 2013.10.23
  • Accepted : 2013.11.04
  • Published : 2013.12.31

Abstract

BACKGROUND: The mixtures of legumes and non legumes can be an efficient tool to combine the benefit of the single species in the cover crop practice. However, there is a lack of information on how the species proportion may affect N accumulation and how this can influence the nitrogen use of subsequent rice production. METHODS AND RESULTS: In this study barley and hairy vetch was selected as a green manure. The pure stands or mixtures with different seeding ratios was tested on green manure N accumulation and its following rice cultivation. Total aboveground biomass and N accumulation of mixture were higher compared to that of pure barley and hairy vetch. Among the mixtures, the highest aboveground biomass (8.07 Mg/ha) and N accumulation (131 kg/ha) was observed in B75H25 (barley 75% + hairy vetch 25%). The N accumulation of the mixture ranged from 99 kg/ha to 131 kg/ha which was much higher than amount of recommended (90 kg/ha) for rice. All mixture (barley 75%+hairy vetch 25%, barley 50%+hairy vetch 50%, barley 25%+hairy vetch 50%) produced 7-8% more rice yield than the conventional cultivation (NPK). The rice yield of in barley monocrop was 4% less than that of NPK. COLCLUSION(S): Adopting mixtures of barley and hairy vetch could be efficient strategy for rice production as an alternative of nitrogen fertilizer.

Keywords

Barley;Green manure;Hairy vetch;Rice

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Rural Development Administration

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