Fate of micronutrients in post-harvest soil of grated tomato
Kiran Pilli, Badireddi Revathi, Jaison M, PK Samant and P Naresh
Micronutrients are required in small quantity but their role is very crucial in crop production. Their deficiency or toxicity results with loss of yield and quality. A pot culture experiment was conducted in Central Horticultural Experiment Station (Aiginia), Bhubaneswar. To study the micronutrients status in post-harvest soil of grafted tomato by using organic and inorganic nutrients in incremental and decremental proportions. The experimental results revealed that micronutrient status of the post-harvest soil was decreased in the organic treatments and showed more availability in incremental proportion of inorganic treatments. Over all the micronutrient status of the soil was decreased after the crop harvest.
How to cite this article:
Kiran Pilli, Badireddi Revathi, Jaison M, PK Samant, P Naresh. Fate of micronutrients in post-harvest soil of grated tomato. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(12):27-29.