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Vol. 9, Issue 2 (2020)

Effect of delayed sowing dates and genotypes on yield and economics of green gram (Vigna radiata)

Author(s):
Avadhut Mule, RR Deshmukh and Annasaheb Bharat Kolekar
Abstract:
The sowing dates at D1 i.e. (25th June) was found optimum for achieving higher seed yield as compared to D2 (6st July), D3 (16thJuly) and D4 (20th July) at a spacing 30 cm x 10 cm. The green gram variety BM-2003-2 was found to be highly productive as compared to BM-4, Phule vaibhav and PKVgreen gold. The sowing dates at D1 i.e. (25th June) was found significantly superior in gross return, net returns and B: C ratio over rest of sowing dates. The green gram variety BM-2003-2 was significantly superior in gross return, net returns and B: C ratio over rest of varieties.
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How to cite this article:
Avadhut Mule, RR Deshmukh, Annasaheb Bharat Kolekar. Effect of delayed sowing dates and genotypes on yield and economics of green gram (Vigna radiata). Pharma Innovation 2020;9(2):112-114.

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