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Vol. 10, Issue 9 (2021)

Effect of crop geometry and integrated nutrient management in influencing growth and yield of winter season baby corn

Author(s):
Minu Mohan, Dr. SN Khajanji and Dr. N Pandey
Abstract:
Baby corn cultivation can be a substitute for the rabi crop production in Chhattisgarh plains. Performance of baby corn variety (G5312) was evaluated under varying crop geometries and different integrated nutrient management practices in split plot design. The different crop geometry treatment proved to increase the yield of baby corn cob, with the maximum under the crop geometry of 45 x 10 cm which was followed by crop geometry of 45 x 20 cm and 60 x 20 cm. The application of 100% RDF through 50% Inorganic + 50% integration of different organic sources i.e 1/3 FYM +1/3 Vermicompost +1/3 neem cake produced maximum baby corn cob yield and fodder yield along with higher growth and yield attributes viz. plant height, LAI, dry mater accumulation, cob weight with and without husk. However this treatment was found statistically at par with the treatment of 100 RDF (50% I + 50% FYM) in combination with crop geometry 45 x 20 cm.
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How to cite this article:
Minu Mohan, Dr. SN Khajanji, Dr. N Pandey. Effect of crop geometry and integrated nutrient management in influencing growth and yield of winter season baby corn. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(9):253-255.
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