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Vol. 11, Issue 3 (2022)

Integrated use of biofertilizer, FYM with inorganic fertilizer on yield, nutrient content and quality of wheat

Author(s):
Reena, SB Pandey, DD Tiwari, Anant Kumar, Rashmee Yadav and Ajay Kumar Singh
Abstract:
The field experiment was carried out for two Rabiseason 2013-14 and 2014-15 at Nawabganj Research farm C.S. Azad University of Agriculture& Technology Kanpur. There are seven treatments combination i.e. T1- control, T2,- N150P60K60, T3- 75% NPK+10t FYM, T4- 75% NPK+PSB, T5 - 75% NPK+Azotobacter, T6- 75% NPK+PMB and T7- 75% NPK+PSB+ Azotobacter + PMB + 10t FYM.
Result of the experiment revealed that grains and straw yield both increased due to single or combine use of biofertilizer and FYM with75% NPK over sole use of N150P60K60. Maximum mean grain yield 44.47 q ha-1 and straw yield 55.45 q ha-1 were recorded at T7 (75% NPK+PSB+Azotobacter+ PMB+10t+FYM). NPK S&B content in wheat grain significantly increased due to combined use of inorganic fertilizer FYM & biofertilizer compared to sole use of N150P60K60. Maximum NPKS and B content in grain were recorded as 1.78, 0.45, 0.49 0.17 percent and 7.45 mg kg-1 respectively at T7 (15% NPK+PSB+Azotobacter+PMB+10t FYM ha-1). Protein content in wheat grain increased due to use of FYM, PSB, PMB &Azotobacter single or combined with75% NPK. Maximum 11.15 percent protein content obtained with combine use of biofertilizer, FYM with 75% NPK (T7).
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How to cite this article:
Reena, SB Pandey, DD Tiwari, Anant Kumar, Rashmee Yadav, Ajay Kumar Singh. Integrated use of biofertilizer, FYM with inorganic fertilizer on yield, nutrient content and quality of wheat. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(3):794-796.

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