INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (INM) APPROACH FOR BRINJAL (SOLANUM MELONGENA L.) AND OTHER SOLANACEOUS VEGETABLES -A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC1341 | Page : 79 - 92
Citation :- INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (INM) APPROACH FOR BRINJAL (SOLANUM MELONGENA L.) AND OTHER SOLANACEOUS VEGETABLES -A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2010.(31):79 - 92
S.N. Saravaiya, N.B. Patel, M.P. Ahir, N.M. Patel, K.D. Desai and J.B. Patel
Address : Regional Horticultural Research Station, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari - 396 450, India

Abstract

Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) implies the most efficient use and management of
organic, inorganic and biological sources of major nutrients as well as micronutrients to attain
higher levels of crop productivity and to maintain the fertility of the soil. Brinjal is one of the
most popular and commercially important vegetable crops of India. Research works on INM
system for brinjal crop is scanty. This paper has reviewed the research work carried out by various
scientists in India and abroad. The review deals with the effect of different INM components on
growth, yield, fruit quality, nutrient content and uptake, incidence of brinjal shoot and fruit
borer (BSFB) as well as economics of brinjal and other Solanaceous vegetables

Keywords

Integrated nutrient management INM Brinjal Solanaceous vegetables.

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