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Vol. 10, Issue 9 (2021)

Effect of organic weed management practices on growth parameter, nutrient content and nutrient uptake by baby corn (Zea mays L.)

Author(s):
Shubha MR, Roshan Choudhary, Arvind Verma, SK Sharma, RS Choudhary, Gajanand Jat, DPS Dudi, SK Yadav, RK Jain and Subhash Chandra Mahala
Abstract:
An experimental study was conducted on effect of organic weed management practices on growth parameter, nutrient content and nutrient uptake by baby corn was carried out in kharif 2021 at instructional farm, Agronomy MPUAT, Udaipur. The field experiments were laid out in RBD which were replicated thrice with 12 treatments. Different non chemical weed management practices were mixed properly and used as treatments in the trial. The nutrient content in baby corn cob and fodder found to be statistically non-significant, but the LAI, Total chlorophyll content and nutrient uptake by both cob and fodder were significant. The maximum uptake of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium was reported in plastic mulch treated plot i.e., stale seedbed preparation fb plastic mulch at sowing which was statistically at par with soil solarization fb plastic mulch sowing.
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How to cite this article:
Shubha MR, Roshan Choudhary, Arvind Verma, SK Sharma, RS Choudhary, Gajanand Jat, DPS Dudi, SK Yadav, RK Jain, Subhash Chandra Mahala. Effect of organic weed management practices on growth parameter, nutrient content and nutrient uptake by baby corn (Zea mays L.). Pharma Innovation 2021;10(9):1417-1420.
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