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Vol. 10, Issue 6 (2021)

Effect of irrigation scheduling, mulching and hydrogel on pea

Author(s):
Harinder Singh and Yuvraj Kasal
Abstract:
The trial study "Effect of Irrigation scheduling, Mulching and Hydrogel on Pea (Pisum sativum L.)" has been carried out at experimental field of Lovely Professional University. The investigation has been done with various treatment mixes of irrigation scheduling, mulching and hydrogel. The impact was seen on plant height, pod length, number of seed/pod and number of pod/plant. The treatment blend of 6 kg mulch and 100 grams of hydrogel showed the critical impact on pea crop. With these blends the normal tallness was recorded (21.5 cm, 48.1cm and 82.4 cm) at 30 DAS, 60 DAS and 90 DAS, the pod length was highest in T9 (10.3) and shortest in T1 (7.3), number of seed/pod was recorded higher in T9 (9.6) as compare to T1 (7.3) similarly number of pod/plant also effected that was greatest in T9 (57) and lowest in T1 (31.6).
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Harinder Singh, Yuvraj Kasal. Effect of irrigation scheduling, mulching and hydrogel on pea. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(6):260-263.
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