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Vol. 10, Special Issue 10 (2021)

Impact of fertilizer, spacing and genotypes on yield, income and related traits in little millet

Author(s):
Nagappa Govinakoppa, Deepak Kamatar, Anil Kumar H and T Sudha
Abstract:
There were three little millet genotypes, DHLM-36-3, TNAU-63 and DHLM-21-2 evaluated in different levels of fertilizer and spacing. The results of the experiments showed that DHLM-36-3 (3631 kg/ha) produced grain yield significantly superior over than TNAU-63 (3380 kg/ha) and DHLM-21-2 (3153 kg/ha). These genotypes recorded maximum yield at 22.5 x 10 cm spacing (3657 kg/ha) which was statistically superior 30 x 10 cm spacing (3118 kg/ha). These genotypes recorded maximum grain yield at 22.5 x 10 cm spacing (3657 kg/ha) which was statistically superior over 30 x 10 cm spacing (3118 kg/ha). These little millet genotypes gave the highest grain yield when applied two hundred per cent RDF (3727 kg/ha) as compared to 150 per cent RDF (3373 kg/ha) and 100 per cent RDF (3063 kg/ha). Look into different eighteen factorial combinations, DHLM-36-3, TNAU-63 and DHLM-21-2 recorded highest fodder yield of 8360 kg/ha, 8100 kg/ha and 7150 kg/ha, respectively at 22.50 x10 cm spacing and 200% RDF (60:30:30:: N:P:K).
Pages: 132-138  |  31 Views  8 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Nagappa Govinakoppa, Deepak Kamatar, Anil Kumar H and T Sudha. Impact of fertilizer, spacing and genotypes on yield, income and related traits in little millet. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(10S): 132-138.
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