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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Integrated nutrient management (INM) in black gram for sustaining crop yield and soil health: A review

Author(s):
Robin Bilam, Harmohan Singh Yadav and Vikas Sharma
Abstract:
The scientific effort of numerous scientists has been reviewed in this text. The use of organic and inorganic fertilizers in conjunction with a balanced application of plant nutrients has been shown to improve growth as well as production of black gram. Organic fertilizers are basically source of different useful nutrient for growing plant. Organic fertilizers that are utilized as a recycled or external input in agriculture to grow crops for both subsistence and commercial uses. Farms by product like crop residues straw/husk can be used as organic resources. In pulse-based cropping systems, combining inorganic fertilizers with various sources of organic manures in various proportions provides considerable benefits for increasing production, improving nutrient absorption by plants, and maintaining soil nutrient status. When inorganic fertilizers are combined with bio fertilizers of plant nutritional components, they are more readily absorbed than when inorganic fertilizers are used alone. The usage of inorganic fertilizers and organic fertilizer in tandem may be recommended for increased production and overall improvement in soil health.
Pages: 1327-1331  |  517 Views  399 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Robin Bilam, Harmohan Singh Yadav and Vikas Sharma. Integrated nutrient management (INM) in black gram for sustaining crop yield and soil health: A review. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 1327-1331.

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