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International Journal Of Horticulture, Agriculture And Food Science(IJHAF)

Effect of Integrated Nutrient Management on Growth and Yield of kharif Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.)

D. B. Patil , P. P. Pawar , S. C. Wadile , H.M. Patil


International Journal of Horticulture, Agriculture and Food science(IJHAF), Vol-1,Issue-1, May - June 2017, Pages 21-23,

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Application of 100 % RDF through inorganic fertilizers + 5 tonne FYM (T3) recorded significantly highest plant growth attributes in kharif groundnut maximum and more plant height, plant spread, dry matter, number of branches plant-1, leaf area and number of nodules plant-1 as compared to absolute control (T1), 100 % RDN through FYM + remaining P2O5 through inorganic fertilizers (T4), 100 % RDN through cotton seed cake + remaining P2O5 through inorganic fertilizers (T8), and T8 + Gypsum (T9). The highest growth attribute in T3 may be due to sufficient nutrient available in soil from organic and inorganic source of fertilizer. In yield attribute, the Application of 100 % RDF through inorganic fertilizers + 5 tonne FYM (T3) recorded maximum number of pods plant-1, weight of dry pods plant-1, 100 kernel weight, shelling %, dry pod yield ha-1 and dry haulm yield ha-1 which was significantly more over absolute control (T1), 100 % RDN through FYM + remaining P2O5 through inorganic fertilizers (T4), 100 % RDN through cotton seed cake + remaining P2O5 through inorganic fertilizers (T8), and T8 + Gypsum (T9).

Groundnut, INM, FYM,RDF.

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