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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (2019)

Effect of INM and Drought Mitigating Practices on Chickpea

Savita Dewangan ; Rajendra Prasad Singh ; Vishal Srivashtav

Titre : Effect of INM and Drought Mitigating Practices on Chickpea

Auteurs  : Savita Dewangan ; Rajendra Prasad Singh ; Vishal Srivashtav
Publisher  : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Date de parution : 2019-07-26
Pages : 148

Présentation
The investigation aimed to study the effect of integrated nutrient management and drought mitigating practices on rainfed chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) on sandy clay loam soil at Varanasi in winters of 2012-13 and 2013-14. The treatment consisted of combinations of four integrated nutrients levels in main plot and five drought mitigating practices including control in sub-plot. The growth and yield were significantly influenced by different integrated nutrients during both the years. Application of 100% RDF + 2% urea spray proved significantly superior to the 100% RDF+ 25% N (VC), 100% RDF + 5 kg Zn/ha and 100% RDF in terms of growth and yield attributes, net returns and B:C ratio. Foliar spray of 2% KCl + 0.4% sodium selenite recorded maximum values of growth and yield of chickpea which was found comparable with 2% KCl during both the years. The maximum net return (` 23 880) and B:C ratio (1.97) was recorded under 2% KCl during both the years. It is concluded that significant improvement in growth characters, yield attributes, yields and nutrients uptake were recorded with the application of 100% RDF + 2% urea spray during both the years of experimentations.

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