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Role of straw mulching in non-continuously flooded rice cultivation

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  • Qin, Jiangtao
  • Hu, Feng
  • Zhang, Bin
  • Wei, Zhenggui
  • Li, Huixin

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  • Qin, Jiangtao & Hu, Feng & Zhang, Bin & Wei, Zhenggui & Li, Huixin, 2006. "Role of straw mulching in non-continuously flooded rice cultivation," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 83(3), pages 252-260, June.
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