RESPONSE OF RAPESEED AND MUSTARD TO NITROGEN AND SULPHUR NUTRITION - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4360 | Page : 132 - 136
Citation :- RESPONSE OF RAPESEED AND MUSTARD TO NITROGEN AND SULPHUR NUTRITION - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2001.(22):132 - 136
DineshSah, Rajeev Kumar Srivastava and Vishram Ram
Address : Department of Agronomy Institute of Agricultural Sciences, B.H.U., Varanasi - 221 005, India

Abstract

Rapeseed and mustard are important rabi oilseed crops of India. They remove fairly large quantities of nutrients from the soil, thereby, deplete the soil rapidly unless the soil is not adequately manured. One of the main reasons for low yield of rapeseed and mustard is inadequate/poor supply of nutrients. The crops being rich in protein and oil, require relatively higher N and S. The research findings on various aspects of the use of N and S on these crops are reviewed.

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