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Opachat, T., S. Anusontpornperm, S. Thanachit and I. Kheoruenromne, 2018. Major plant nutrient release in jasmine rice growing soils amended with biochar and organic wastes: an incubation study. Int. J. Soil Sci., 13: 9-17.
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Saenya, J., S. Anusontpornperm, S. Thanachit and I. Kheoruenromne, 2015. Potential of paddy soils for jasmine rice production in Si Sa Ket province, northeast Thailand. Asian J. Crop Sci., 7: 34-47.
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Major Plant Nutrient Release in Jasmine Rice Growing Soils Amended with Biochar and Organic Wastes: An Incubation Study
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