BIO ORGANIC NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN SUGARCANE PRODUCTION - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4254 | Page : 201 - 210
Citation :- BIO ORGANIC NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN SUGARCANE PRODUCTION - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2004.(25):201 - 210
T. Ramesh, C. Chinnusamy and C. Jayanthi
Address : Department of Agronomy, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore - 614 003, India

Abstract

Organic manures and biofertilizers application in the nutrient management programme is inevitable for achieving sustainable sugarcane production. Application of farmyard manure, cane trash, pressmud, vermicompost. and biocompost in combination with recommended inorganic fertilizers have recorded increased cane yield over inorganic fertilizer alone, besides improving the soil fertility and economizing the cane production. Intercropping and incorporation of green manures such as daincha, sunhemp and cowpea and pulses like greengram, blackgram, lentil and frenchbean have established beneficial effects of improving nitrogen use efficiency, cane yield and improving the physio-chemical properties of soil. Nitrogen fixing biofertilizers are useful to economise the nitrogenous fertilizers and to increase the cane yield. Phosphorus solubilising biofertilizers solubilize the unavailable phosphorus to available P form and increase the P use efficiency. Inclusion of biofertilizers in the nutrient management programme has found to increase the yield of sugarcane by 5–10%, besides increasing the nutrient use efficiency.

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