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Vol. 10, Issue 5 (2021)

Nutrient Content and Uptake by Grain and Straw of different rice Varieties at Different moisture Regimes under direct Seeded Condition

Author(s):
G Adilakshmi, Rajan Kumar, P Varalakshmi, Mohan Babyu YN and Karthika M
Abstract:
A field experiment was carried out at Crop Research Centre of Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University, Pusa, Bihar during Kharif (2018) in split plot design with three replications in order to evaluate the three different rice varieties at different moisture regimes. The treatments in main plot consisted of four moisture regimes i.e., M1-AWD at 3 Days (Irrigation was applied at 3 days after disappearance of ponded water), M2-AWD at 5 Days (Irrigation was applied at 5 days after disappearance of ponded water), M3-Saturation level till physiological maturity (Irrigation was applied at zero soil moisture potential) and M4-10 % of moisture depletion (Irrigation was applied at 10 % moisture depletion of Field capacity) and in sub plot consisted of three varieties i.e., V1-Rajendra Neelam, V2-Abhishek and V3-Rajendra Saraswati. The results revealed that N, P and K content in grain and straw of all the three varieties were not significantly influenced due to moisture regimes and with the varieties. The N, P and K uptake were significantly influenced by rice grain and straw at different moisture regimes and also with the different rice varieties. However, maximum value of N, P and K uptake by grain and straw were recorded with the moisture regime of M1-AWD at 3 Days which was significantly superior to M2-AWD at 5 Days and M4-10% of moisture depletion but was found statistically at par with moisture regime of M3-Saturation level till physiological maturity. Among different rice varieties, maximum N, P and K uptake by grain and straw were recorded with V1-Rajendra Neelam and it was significantly superior to V2-Abhishek and V3-Rajendra Saraswati.
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How to cite this article:
G Adilakshmi, Rajan Kumar, P Varalakshmi, Mohan Babyu YN, Karthika M. Nutrient Content and Uptake by Grain and Straw of different rice Varieties at Different moisture Regimes under direct Seeded Condition. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(5):561-563.
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