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ARN: TH201100002884
Authors: Chalermchart Luechaikham
เฉลิมชาติ ฤาไชยคาม
Authors' affiliation: Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development. Suphan Buri Rice Research Center
Authors' affiliation (Thai): กรมการข้าว สำนักวิจัยและพัฒนาข้าว ศูนย์วิจัยข้าวสุพรรณบุรี
Title: การใช้เทคโนโลยีการผลิตที่เหมาะสมในการผลิตข้าวพันธุ์ปทุมธานี 1 เพื่อลดการระบาดของเพลี้ยกระโดดสีน้ำตาล
Appropriated technology for Pathum Thani 1 (PTT1) rice variety production for reduced brown plant hopper (BPH) infestation
Corporate authors (Thai): Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development. Pathum Thani Rice Research Center
Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development. Chlong Luang Rice Research Center
Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development. Phra Nakorn Sri Ayutthaya Rice Research Center
Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development. Suphan Buri Rice Research Center
Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development. Ratchaburi Rice Research Center
Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development. Chachoengsao Rice Research Center
Rice Department, Bangkok (Thailand). Bureau of Rice Research and Development, Prachinburi Rice Research Center
Citation: [Proceeding of the rice conference report 2010: Rice research center group in central, eastern and western region], Prachinburi (Thailand), p. 11-21
Format Extent: 267 p.
Issue Date: 2010
Language: tha
Keywords: Rice
Pathum Thani 1
Appropriated technology
BPH
PTT1
Subject Classification(ASC): E14
F01
H10
AGROVOC: Oryza sativa
Nilaparvata lugens
Appropriate technology
Technology transfer
Sowing rates
Fertilizer application
Colour
Leaves
Infestation
Plant production
Production costs
Thailand
Abstract: PTT1 rice production in Suphanburi province was about 600,000 rais. Most of them are in Derm Bang Nang Buat, Sam Chuk and Sri Prachan which are irrigated area that can grow rice throw out the year. As a result, in 2009 BPH infestation is very seriously. Therefore, Rice Department recommended farmers use resistant varieties in stead of PTT1. But some farmer still grows PTT1 because of high price. In order to assist farmers to be able to grow PTT1 as they liked. Suphanburi Rice Research Center initiated to integrate technologies suitable for PTT1 rice production. There were appropriated seed rate, fertilizer application based on soil analysis, leaf color chart and integrated pest management. The experiment was conducted in dry season 2010 in farmer’s field, Derm Bang Nang Baut, Suphanburi province. The results revealed that, used of this recommended technologies could reduce the problem from BPH infestation. In addition, rice production cost was reduced, particularly, cost of pesticides that lead to saved food, good environment that benefit to both producers and consumers as well.
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Type: Collection
Format Extent: 267 หน้า
Availability : Library of Bureau of Rice Research and Development, Rice Department;
Availability: ห้องสมุดสำนักวิจัยและพัฒนาข้าว กรมการข้าว;
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