Rice

Posted by on Jan 18, 2011 in Research |

Rice

You can see the results of this crop with and without the use of GEN200.

Application of GEN200 resulted in 30% to 40% on rice yield improvement along with quality increment & reduction in insect & disease damage.

GEN200 Rice application schedule for 500 hectares

Sr.No.

Growth stage

Quantity

Dilution

1

Tillering Stage
(20-25 DAT)

250 litres

250000
(1000 times)

2

Panicle Initiation stage
(45-50 DAT)

250 litres

250000
(1000 times)

3

Grain Development Stage
(70-75 DAT)

250 litres

250000
(1000 times)

Total

750 litres

Note:

  • Please check the compatibility before mixing with any other product.
  • If only two applications are possible then, first two applications are very necessary for marked difference in yield.
Rice with GEN200 (left side)

Rice with GEN200 (left side)

 

Rice with GEN200 (left side)

Rice with GEN200 (left side)

 

Rice with GEN200

Rice with GEN200

 

Rice without GEN200

Rice without GEN200

 

Rice with GEN200

Rice with GEN200

 

Rice without GEN200

Rice without GEN200

 

Rice with GEN200 (left side)

Rice with GEN200 (left side)

 

Rice with GEN200 (left side)

Rice with GEN200 (left side)

 

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