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Vol. 10, Issue 9 (2021)

Effect of different nutrient management practices on growth, yield and economics in chickpea

Author(s):
Nikunj Kharetwal, RG Ghatak, Ambarish Thaokar, Kevin Gawali, Ashish Sarda and Amol Nagmote
Abstract:
During the Rabi season 2020-21, a field experiment was conducted at the Research Farm, Department of Agronomy, G.H. Raisoni University, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh, to see how nutrient management affected chikpea growth and yield (Cicer artietinum L.). 100 percent Recommended Dose Fertilizer (RDF), 100 percent N through Vermicompost, 100 percent N through Poultry Manures, 50 percent N through RDF + 50 percent N through Vermicompost, 50 percent N through RDF + 50 percent N through Poultry Manures, 50 percent N through Poultry Manures + 50 percent N through Vermicompost, 50 percent N through Poultry Manures + 50 percent N through Vermicompost, 50 percent N through Po The study was set up in a randomised block design with three replications. The experimental results revealed that plant height and dry matter accumulation plant-1, yield attributes (Pods plant-1, dry weight of pods plant-1, seed pod-1, and seed index), maximum grain yield (kg ha-1), straw yield (2784 q ha-1), gross monetary returns (87847 Rs. ha-1), net monetary returns (59542 Rs. ha-1), and benefit cost ratio (3.1) are all growth attributing characters of the chickpea crop.
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How to cite this article:
Nikunj Kharetwal, RG Ghatak, Ambarish Thaokar, Kevin Gawali, Ashish Sarda, Amol Nagmote. Effect of different nutrient management practices on growth, yield and economics in chickpea. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(9):993-996.

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