To achieve maximum yield of onion and groundnut, the INM and micronutrients management practice were followed respectively. Integrated nutrient management in onion shows that the treatment of inorganic nitrogen at 75 % RDF along with 1.25 t /ha recorded significantly higher bulb (33.33 t/ha), whereas absolute control recorded 24.07 t/ha. Micronutrient study in groundnut shows that the pod yield was significantly higher (4078 kg/ha) under the treatment T9- ZnSO4 @ 8 kg/ha + Foliar spray of FeSO4 @1 % at 30 and 45 DAS, where as it was recorded lower under control (2500 kg/ha). Simultaneously such finding denotes that only managing some resource we can save cost of cultivation and can have maximum benefit by increasing production per unit area of land.
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Onion and Groundnut - As influenced by nutrient application
Bezorgdatum:tussen maandag, 16. december en woensdag, 18. december