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Vol. 11, Issue 1 (2022)

Effect of nutrient management on the growth and yield of the fodder oats and Chinese cabbage in intercropping

Author(s):
Akshay Glotra, Maneesha and Magan Singh
Abstract:
A field experiment consisting of seven treatments (Oats sole + RDF, Chinese Cabbage sole + RDF, Oats + Chinese Cabbage (1:1) + RDF, Oats + Chinese Cabbage (2:1) + RDF, Oats + Chinese Cabbage (1:2) + RDF, Oats + Chinese Cabbage (2:1) + 75% RDF+ FYM+ PGPR, Oats + Chinese Cabbage (1:2) + 75% RDF + FYM+ PGPR) was conducted during rabi season, 2020 to study the effect of nutrient management on the growth and yield of the fodder oats and chinese cabbage in intercropping. The experiment was laid out in Randomized Block Design with three replications. The growth parameters of oats like plant height, number of leaves per tiller and leaf length were recorded highest in “Oats + Chinese cabbage (2:1) + 75% RDF + FYM +PGPR”. Total green and dry fodder yield were also recorded highest in the “Oats + Chinese cabbage (2:1) + 75% RDF + FYM +PGPR”.
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How to cite this article:
Akshay Glotra, Maneesha, Magan Singh. Effect of nutrient management on the growth and yield of the fodder oats and Chinese cabbage in intercropping. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(1):645-647.

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