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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

Micro environment study with varying shade intensities and foliar nutrient sprays in hybrid cultivars of Lilium

Author(s):
Irfan Gani, Rather ZA, Nazki IT, Wani JA, Chattoo MA, Khan FA and Uzma Arifie
Abstract:
This study analysed the lucid details for explaining various technical requirements, of the Lilium crop under varying shade intensities and nutrient sprays. Availability of planting material is a limiting factor in the cultivation of Asiatic hybrid lily and small farmers are facing the constrains by frequently importing the Lilium bulbs for planting. This study analyzed the effect of shading intensity and nutrient management on growth, flowering and bulb production in hybrid cultivars of Lilium under green shade net. The treatment consists of 3 shades i.e., 50% shade net (S1), 75% shade net (S2), and 2 layers of 50% shade net (S3) and seven concentrations of nutrient sprays including control. Results revealed that 75% shading intensity + micronutrients @ 4 g l-1 + micronutrients @ 2 g ml l-1 improved all parameters. Among cultivars, Nashville revealed best results in all the parameters while as minimum results were observed in control among nutrient sprays and in 2 layers of 50% shade net among shade nets.
Pages: 1767-1773  |  444 Views  150 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Irfan Gani, Rather ZA, Nazki IT, Wani JA, Chattoo MA, Khan FA and Uzma Arifie. Micro environment study with varying shade intensities and foliar nutrient sprays in hybrid cultivars of Lilium. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 1767-1773.

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