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Vol. 11, Special Issue 5 (2022)

Integrated nutrient management through organic sources in green gram (Vigna radiata) under Bundelkhand region of Jhansi

Author(s):
Abhilasha, Dr. Santosh Pandey, Harendra Prajapati and Dr. B Gangwar
Abstract:
A field study was studied on the nutrient managements through integration of different organic sources of manures in order to achieve the maximum growth yield and quality of Green gram (Vigna radiata). Amongst the different treatments for the different parameters studied in the present study significantly varied from each other viz., The findings of present study indicated that growth attributes of crop such as plant height (cm) and fresh and dry weight of plants in (g) significantly influence by integrated use of manure management treatments during the period. Significantly at 30, 45 and 60 DAS the maximum plant height (cm), fresh and dry weight of plants in (g) was recorded with supplemented dose of (50% Vermicompost + 50% Poultry Manure) in plot T5. Similarly, the next best treatments with T4 (50% FYM + 50% Vermi compost). Among different practices of organic manuring, in green gram incorporated at 30,45 and 60 DAS on application with 50% Vermicompost + 50% Poultry manure, 50% FYM + 50% Vermicompost and 100% Vermicompost significantly resulted in higher values of growth and yield attributes as well as pod yields in green gram under Bundelkhand region.
Pages: 241-244  |  362 Views  116 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Abhilasha, Dr. Santosh Pandey, Harendra Prajapati and Dr. B Gangwar. Integrated nutrient management through organic sources in green gram (Vigna radiata) under Bundelkhand region of Jhansi. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(5S): 241-244.

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