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Vol. 11, Issue 4 (2022)

Effect of row arrangement on growth and yield intercropped maize with sesame and cowpea

Author(s):
GS Bhagat, HS Kushwah, P Panwar, R Mehra, M Nagar, RK Sanodiya, J Pandey and GK Rana
Abstract:
Intercropping appears to be the only solution to boost productivity and land use intensity with the rapid growth in population and limited opportunity of putting new land under cultivation. The experiment was conducted in kharif season during the year 2020 on a well levelled field at Agriculture farm of the Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya, Chitrakoot Satna (MP) India. The farm is situated under the agro-climatic zone Bundelkhand Region of Northern Madhya Pradesh. Six treatments with one control were tried in a factorial randomized block design with three replications in maize crop. Factor A like a Row arrangement regular (1:1) and Paired (2:2) and the factor B like an Intercropping system with maize crop Maize + Mungbean, Maize + Cowpea and Maize + Sesame. The result revaluated that the maximum plant height at Intercropping (Maize + Sesame) and Row arrangement was significant at regular (1:1) 20, 40, 60 and harvest stage. Yield attributes like Cob and grain yield was significant at Intercropping (Maize + Sesame) and Row arrangement regular (1:1).
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How to cite this article:
GS Bhagat, HS Kushwah, P Panwar, R Mehra, M Nagar, RK Sanodiya, J Pandey, GK Rana. Effect of row arrangement on growth and yield intercropped maize with sesame and cowpea. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(4):754-757.
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