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Vol. 10, Issue 7 (2021)

Consequence of liquid bio-fertilizers and drought mitigating chemicals on soil physico-chemical properties and nutrient availability of mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] under SE-Rajasthan

Author(s):
Neelam Nama, MK Sharma, DS Meena, RK Yadav, Preeti Verma and Yash Narayan Sharma
Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted at farm of agricultural research station Ummedganj, Agriculture University Kota during Zaid-2020 to find out the effect of liquid bio fertilizers and drought mitigating chemicals on soil physico-chemical properties and nutrient availability after harvesting mungbean crop. The experiment comprised of ten treatment combinations viz. T1 - 100% RDF (Control), T2 - 100% RDF + Rhizobium (10 ml/kg seed) + water spray, T3 - 100% RDF + Rhizobium (10 ml kg-1 seed) + 2% KCl spray, T4 - 100% RDF + Rhizobium (10 ml/kg seed) + 0.4% Sodium selenite spray, T5 - 100% RDF + Rhizobium (10 ml/kg seed) + 2% KCl+ 0.4% Sodium selenite spray, T6 - 100% RDF + P.S.B. (10 ml/kg seed) + Water spray, T7 - 100% RDF + P.S.B. (10 ml/kg seed) + 2% KCl spray, T8 - 100% RDF + P.S.B.( 10 ml/kg seed) + 0.4% Sodium selenite spray, T9 - 100% RDF + P.S.B.(10 ml/kg seed) + 2% KCl + 0.4% Sodium selenite spray, T10 - 100% RDF + Rhizobium (10 ml/kg seed)+ P.S.B. (10 ml/kg seed) + 2% KCl + 0.4% Sodium selenite spray. The experiment was laid out in randomize block design and replicated thrice with mungbean, variety IPM-02-03 grown as test crop. Results showed that application of 100% RDF + Rhizobium (10 ml/kg seed)+ P.S.B. (10 ml/kg seed) + 2% KCl + 0.4% Sodium selenite spray significantly improved the soil physico–chemical properties, increased the nutrient availability in soil after harvesting the mungbean crop viz., organic carbon (0.53%), available nitrogen (244.61 kg ha-1), available phosphorus (22.60 kg ha-1), available potassium (436.61 kg ha-1) Fe content (4.88 mg kg-1), Mn content (3.68 mg kg-1), Zn content (0.63 mg kg-1) as compared to initial soil test values.
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How to cite this article:
Neelam Nama, MK Sharma, DS Meena, RK Yadav, Preeti Verma, Yash Narayan Sharma. Consequence of liquid bio-fertilizers and drought mitigating chemicals on soil physico-chemical properties and nutrient availability of mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] under SE-Rajasthan. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(7):1366-1370.
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