Effect of seaweed extract and humic acid on yield parameters of red radish
Jitendra Sahu, Shishir Prakash Sharma, Jitendra Singh, UB Deshmukh, Dikeshwar Nishad and Rishabh Mishra
A field experiment was conducted at the Pt. K.L.S. College of Horticulture and Research Station, Rajnandgaon (C.G.), during Rabi season of 2020-21, to evaluate the “Influence of foliar spray with seaweed extract and humic acid on growth, yield and quality of red radish”. Totally seven different treatments and 03 replication with three experiments consisting of different growth regulators foliar spray have been tried. Among the effect of different plant growth regulators foliar spray practices, the yield parameters viz. Yield t/ha. (Leaves) and Yield t/ha. (Roots) of Distilled water soaked seeds, Seaweed soaked seeds and Humic acid soaked seeds were significantly superior in the treatment T6 (3ml/L Humic acid foliar spray (95%)). However, treatment T3 (3ml/L Seaweed extract foliar spray (20%)), comes in next in order. There for it may be concluded that treatment T6 (3ml/L Humic acid foliar spray (95%)) of Humic acid soaked seeds, may be prefer for higher growth, quality and yield in red radish.
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Jitendra Sahu, Shishir Prakash Sharma, Jitendra Singh, UB Deshmukh, Dikeshwar Nishad, Rishabh Mishra. Effect of seaweed extract and humic acid on yield parameters of red radish. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(6):01-05.