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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (2014)

Agrotechniques to enhance Kabuli Chickpea productivity in Karnataka

Chidanand P. Mansur

Agrotechniques to enhance Kabuli Chickpea productivity in Karnataka

Auteurs  : Chidanand P. Mansur
Publisher  : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Date de parution : 2014-09-24
Pages : 256

Présentation

Chickpea is the most important pulse crop of rabi season cultivated mainly in semi-arid and warm temperate regions of the world. It contains 18.24 per cent of protein which is almost three times more than that of cereals. Field experiments were conducted under the title “Agrotechniques to enhance Kabuli chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) productivity in Northern Transitional Zone of Karnataka.” at the Agricultural College Farm, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka, during rabi season of 1997-98 and 1998-99 for two consecutive years. The results of practical utility are (1) Second fortnight of October is the most optimum time for sowing Kabuli chickpea, (2) Under irrigated conditions, the crop needs to be sown latest by first fortnight of November, (3) Sowing of Kabuli chickpea at second fortnight of October with 0.6 IW/CPE ratio resulted in maximum net returns and B : C ratio, (4) Kabuli chickpea genotype ICCV-2 recorded significantly higher yield compare to BG-267 and (5)ICCV-2 at 3.33 lakhs/ha (30 cm x 10 cm) and 50 kg/ha Phosphorus recorded higher seed yield, net returns and B:C ratio compared to other treatment combinations.

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