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Vol. 10, Issue 7 (2021)

Integrated nutrient management response in Brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) under Satna condition

Author(s):
Mandwade Vaibhav Ramesh, Balaji Vikram, Abhishek Singh and KR Maurya
Abstract:
An experiment was conducted at Research Field, Department of Horticulture, AKS University, Satna (M.P.) during rabi season (2018-2019) to see the effect of INM on yield of Brinjal (Solanum melongena L.). Twelve treatments of integrated nutrient management viz., T1- (no use of fertilizer), T2 -RDF100% (100:50:50 NPK kg/ha), T3- FYM (20 tonnes/ha), T4- Vermicompost (4 tonnes/ha), T5 -Neem Cake (250 kg/ha), T6- Azospirilium (1250 ml/ha), T7- PSB (1250 ml/ha), T8- 50% RDF (50:25:25 NPK kg/ha) + 50% FYM (10 tonnes/ha), T9- 50% RDF (50:25:25 NPK kg/ha) + 50% Vermicompost (2 tonnes/ha), T10- 50% RDF (50:25:25 NPK kg/ha) + 50% Neem Cake (125 kg/ha), T11- 50% RDF (50:25:25 NPK kg/ha) + 50% Azospirillium (625 ml/ha) and T12-50% RDF (50:25:25 NPK kg/ha) + 30% PSB (375 ml/ha) + 20% Vermicompost (0.8 tonnes/ha) were evaluated in Randomized Block Design with three replications with plot sizes of 2.4 m × 1.8 m. Significantly higher values of yield attributes such as number of fruits per plant, fruit yield/plant, fruit yield/plot and fruit yield/ha were observed under T2. However, significantly minimum values of yield attributes were observed under control T1 (no use of fertilizer).
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How to cite this article:
Mandwade Vaibhav Ramesh, Balaji Vikram, Abhishek Singh, KR Maurya. Integrated nutrient management response in Brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) under Satna condition. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(7):1078-1080.
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