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EFFECT OF N, PAND FYM LEVELS ON NUTRIENT CONTENT {%} AND UPTAKE BY GOBHI SARSON + TORIA

B.S. Mankotia, H.L. Sharma, Ranbir Singh Rana and S.C. Negi
Department of Agronomy, CSK HPKV, Palampur • 176 062, India

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211 - 213
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ARCC4854
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Abstract
A field experiment was conducted for two years on gobhi sarson and toria intercropping systems. Nitrogen and phosphorus contents (%) in seeds of gobhi sarson were increased with the increase in the levels of respective nutrients. Uptake of N, P, K and S by the intercropping system, increased with the increase in level of N, P and FYM. On an average, uptake of one kilogram of N, P, K and S resulted in 17.7, 101.7, 25.8 and 93.7 kg seed yield of the system (combined yield), respectively.
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