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Vol. 10, Issue 9 (2021)

Effect of salinity and efficacy of Panchgavya on seed quality parameters in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)

Patil Darshan Deepak, AK Chaurasia, Joy Dawson and Ashish Kumar
Seed priming is a cutting-edge technology that hydrates seeds without using actual germination seeds to increase germination. In the postgraduate laboratory, Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences, SHUATS, Naini, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, during the year 2021, a seed priming experiment is carried out in two varieties of Sorghum. SPV 1411 (Parbhani Moti) and M-35-1 (V1- SPV 1411 (Parbhani Moti) (Muguti). Sorghum seedlings are subjected to four halo priming treatments with NaCl and four panchagavya treatments with varying concentrations in order to determine which treatments are the most effective. T0- control, T1- NaCl 3 ds/m, T2- NaCl 5 ds/m, T3- NaCl 9 ds/m, T4- NaCl 15 ds/m, T5- Panchagavya 2 percent, T6- Panchagavya 4 percent, T7- Panchagavya 6 percent, and T8- Panchagavya 8 percent are used to treat seeds. For the purposes of observing germination percentage, root length, shoot length, seedling length, fresh weight of seedling, dried weight of seedling, seed vigour index I, and seed vigour index II, the treated seeds are immersed in the treatments for 12 hours. To find out the data of the results, the between paper approach is employed. In terms of all the factors, Panchagavya 8 percent has the best outcome, followed by Panchagavya 6 percent. All priming treatments were shown to be different from the control.
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Patil Darshan Deepak, AK Chaurasia, Joy Dawson, Ashish Kumar. Effect of salinity and efficacy of Panchgavya on seed quality parameters in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor). Pharma Innovation 2021;10(9):2002-2007.
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