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Vol. 10, Issue 10 (2021)

Effect of different nutrient levels on yield and yield attributes of wheat (Titicum aestivum L.) varieties under late sown condition

Author(s):
Vibha Kumari, Chandini, Shailendra Sagar Prajapati, Garima Singh, Sarita, Abhishek Kumar and Devashish Kumar
Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted to study effect of different nutrient levels on yield and yield attributes of wheat varieties under late sown condition which was performed during Rabi season of 2020-21 at the Research farm, Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour, Bhagalpur. The experiment was laid out in factorial randomized block design with three replications. The experiment consisted of twelve treatment combinations of three fertility levels (F0- No fertilizer, F1-100% RDF, F2 -125% RDF) and four varieties (V1- Sabour Samridhi, V2 –HD 2967, V3 - Sabour Shreshtha & V4 – DBW 107). Sowing time in wheat is a fundamental factor in determining yield of the crop. Balancing the interaction of sowing time with proper nutrient management can maximize yield and enhance the quality parameters in wheat. Result revealed that application of 125% RDF recorded significantly higher yield and yield attributes in all varieties under late sown condition while among the varieties, DBW107 performed better over Sabour Shreshtha and Sabour Samridhi but was found to be statistically comparable with HD 2967.
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How to cite this article:
Vibha Kumari, Chandini, Shailendra Sagar Prajapati, Garima Singh, Sarita, Abhishek Kumar, Devashish Kumar. Effect of different nutrient levels on yield and yield attributes of wheat (Titicum aestivum L.) varieties under late sown condition. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(10):498-501.

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