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Nitrogen Rates For Rice

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Total Nitrogen (Lbs/Acre)
Variety Arkansas* Louisiana Mississippi**
Long Grain
Cheniere -- 120-165 160-180
Cocodrie 150 120-165 160-180
Cypress 150 120-165 130-150
Drew 135 --
Jefferson 150 120-180 160-180
Kaybonnet 135 --
LaGrue 135 --
Pace 150-180
Priscilla 150 120-165 160-180
Wells 150 120-165 160-180
XP 723 -- 100-140 150-180
XP 710 -- 100-140 150-180
CL 131 120-165
CL 161 -- 120-165 160-180
CL-XL8*** -- 100-140 150-180
Cybonnet 120-165
Francis -- 120-165 --
Medark 120-165
Pirogue 120-165
Saber -- 120-165 --
XP712 & 716 100-140
Ahrent -- 120-165 --
Medium Grain
Bengal 150 120-165 --
Special Purpose
Della 110 70-100 --
Dellrose -- 120-180 --
Toro 2 -- 100-140 --
Dellmati -- 60-90 --
*Arkansas recommendations are for rice following soybeans on a silt loam soil.
**Mississippi recommends 1/2 to 2/3 of total nitrogen to be used for growing season be applied immediately prior to permanent flooding and the remainder applied at mid-season.
***For XL 7, XL 8, CL-XL8, apply split application at late boot to 5% headed.
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