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Vol. 9, Issue 6 (2020)

Effect of Indian mustard to various organic and inorganic sources of nutrient on yield, available soil p balance and p recycling through residues

Author(s):
Gautam Singh Dhaked, Vikas Tomer and Narinder Panotra
Abstract:
A study was conducted at agronomy farm Mewar University Gangrar, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, which are four treatment combinations of 75 and 100% recommended dose of fertilizers (RDF) and their combinations with 5 t farm yard manure ha-1 (FYM) were evaluated on medium clay loam soils of chittorgarh during winters of 216 in a Randomized Block Design replicated thrice. Results illustrate that among nutrient treatments, 100% RDF + 5 t FYM registered significantly higher seed and stover yield (3231 and 13604 kg ha-1, respectively), crop phosphorus uptake (52.71 kg ha-1), available soil P at crop harvest (23.35 kg ha-1), gain in available soil P (3.21 kg ha-1) and dry biomass of residues (4649.1 kg ha-1) and P recycled (11.56 kg ha-1).
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How to cite this article:
Gautam Singh Dhaked, Vikas Tomer, Narinder Panotra. Effect of Indian mustard to various organic and inorganic sources of nutrient on yield, available soil p balance and p recycling through residues. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(6):532-537.

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