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Agricultural Science Digest, volume 25 issue 4 (december 2005) : 248 - 250


5.5. Meena, R.S. Dhaka, R. Jalwania
1Department of Horticulture. SKN College of Agriculture. Jobner - 303 329. India
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Cite article:- Meena 5.5., Dhaka R.S., Jalwania R. (2024). ECONOMICS OF PlANT GROWTH REGULATORS IN BRINJAL (SOLANUM MELONGENA L.) UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITION OF RAJASTHAN. Agricultural Science Digest. 25(4): 248 - 250. doi: .
The experiment was carried out during the year 1997–98 to find out the economics of plant growth regulators in brinjal under semi-arid condition of Rajasthan. It was found that the yield of brlnjal can be increased significantly by two sucesslve spray of GA3 and NAA at 35 and 45 days after transplanting. The maximum net profit of Rs. 107498.07/ha was obtained with the spray of 100 ppm GA3 followed by 50 ppm NAA (Rs. 102383.27/ha) as compared to control (Rs. 78493.07/ha). The maximum cost: benefit ratio (1: 5.60) was found with the spray of 50 ppm NAA. However, the higher concentrations of GA3 and NAA were found uneconomic.
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