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EFFECT OF FOLIAGE APPLIED AGROCHEMlCALS AND BALANCED FERTIUZATION ON GROWTH YIELD AND ECONOMICS OF INDIAN MUSTARD (BRASSelA JUNCEA L.) PRODUCTION

Preeti Daniel and V. Nepalia
Department of Agronomy, Maharana Pratap University of Agricuhure and Technology, Udaipur-313 001, India

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297 - 299
Article ID:
ARCC4881
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Abstract
Field study was conducted to assess the effects of agroc hemicals and NPK fertilization on productivity of Indian mustard. Application of cycocel 100 ppm resulted in greatest crop dry matter accumulation. It also brought about maximum increase in seed yield (30.1%) over control as wen as highest net returns (Rs. 16790 ha−1). Conective application of 60 kg N + 40 kg P 2O 5 + 20 kg K 2O ha −1 brought about 49.9 per cent increase in mustard seed yield over unfertilized control.
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