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Vol. 10, Issue 9 (2021)

Effects of vermicompost, FYM and Phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) on Growth, leaf yield and quality of spinach (Spinacia oleracea) Cv. All green

Author(s):
Vibha Singh, Purnima Singh Sikarwar, Balaji Vikram and Abhishek Singh
Abstract:
Experiment titled Effects of vermicompost, FYM and phosphate soluble bacteria (PSB) on growth, leaf yield and quality of spinach (Spinacia oleracea) cv. All Green during Rabi Season 2020-2021 on research farm of the Department Horticulture, AKS University, Satna (MP). The experiment was placed in a randomized block design with three repeated 12 treatments viz., T1: VC@0 t/ha.+ FYM @0 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T2: VC@2 t/ha.+ FYM @0 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T3: VC@4 t/ha.+ FYM @0 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T4: VC@6 t/ha.+ FYM @0 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T5: VC@0 t/ha.+ FYM @5 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T6: VC@2 t/ha+ FYM @5 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T7: VC@4 t/ha.+ FYM @5 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T8: VC@6 t/ha.+ FYM @5 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T9: VC@0 t/ha.+ FYM @10 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T10: VC@2 t/ha.+ FYM @10 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T11: VC@4 t/ha+ FYM @10 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha, T12: VC@6 t/ha.+ FYM @10 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha. The results reveal that increase in Vermicompost, FYM and phosphate solubilizing bacteria level had significant response on vegetative growth yield and quality of Spinach. The treatment T12 - VC@6 t/ha.+ FYM @10 t/ha.+ PSB@4 kg/ha was found to be the best treatment among the different treatments with growth, yield and quality for Spinach under satna condition.
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How to cite this article:
Vibha Singh, Purnima Singh Sikarwar, Balaji Vikram, Abhishek Singh. Effects of vermicompost, FYM and Phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) on Growth, leaf yield and quality of spinach (Spinacia oleracea) Cv. All green. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(9):1816-1818.
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