Agricultural Science Digest

  • Chief EditorArvind kumar

  • Print ISSN 0253-150X

  • Online ISSN 0976-0547

  • NAAS Rating 5.52

  • SJR 0.156

Frequency :
Bi-monthly (February, April, June, August, October and December)
Indexing Services :
BIOSIS Preview, Biological Abstracts, Elsevier (Scopus and Embase), AGRICOLA, Google Scholar, CrossRef, CAB Abstracting Journals, Chemical Abstracts, Indian Science Abstracts, EBSCO Indexing Services, Index Copernicus
Agricultural Science Digest, volume 32 issue 1 (march 2012) : 75 - 78


Phiji Philip, Girish Jha, Pushpraj Singh, Smita Singh*
1Department of Agronomy, JNKVV College of agriculture, Rewa-486 001, India
  • Submitted|

  • First Online |

  • doi

Cite article:- Philip Phiji, Jha Girish, Singh Pushpraj, Singh* Smita (2024). EFFECT OF DIFFERENT NITROGEN LEVELS ON NEWLY DEVELOPED RICE VARIETIES UNDER TRANSPLANTED CONDITION. Agricultural Science Digest. 32(1): 75 - 78. doi: .
The field experiment was conducted during kharif season of 2007 at college farm, JNKVV, College of Agriculture, Rewa (M.P.).The treatment comprised of three levels of nitrogen ( 50 kg/ha, 100 kg/ha, 150 kg/ha) and 6 varieties (IET 19252, IET 19253, IET 19258, Vandana, Anjali, JR-201 ). Grain yield increased significantly with increased in levels of nitrogen. The maximum grain yield was obtained with the application of 150 N kg/ha, due to more no. of effective panicle/m2, panicle weight and test weight. The variety IET 19252 exhibited significant variations in respect to yield attributes like length of panicle, weight of panicle, test weight and sterility per cent over rest of varieties. The low yield of IET 19258, Vandana, Anjali, IET 19253 and JR 201 were due to poor test weight and high percentage of sterility. Maximum net return, B: C ratio was achieved through the treatment receiving 150 kg/ha nitrogen. Among the varieties, IET 19252 gave the highest economic return as compared to IET 19258 and Vandana.
  1. Ajeet, Singh, Raman and Namdeo, K.N. (2005). Performance of conventional and hybrid rice varieties under different fertility levels. Ann. Pl. Soil Res., 7(1):91-92.
  2. Anonymous (2009). Agricultural statistics at a glance (2009). Publication Division, Directorate of Economics and statistics, Department of Agricultural and cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.
  3. Anonymous (1999-2000). Selected indicators of Food and Agriculture Development in Asia-Pacific Region. FAO Regional office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok.
  4. Chandra Prakash, (2002). Effect of nitrogen rates on productivity of basmati rice (Oryza sativa) in humid south eastern plains of Rajasthan. Extended Summaries Vol. 1: 2nd International Agronomy Congress, Nov. 26-30. New Delhi, India, pp. 150-151.
  5. Lar, O.O; Shivay, Y.S; and Kumar, Dinesh. (2007). Effect of nitrogen and sulphur fertilization on yield attributes, productivity and nutrient uptake of aromatic rice (Oryza sativa). Indian J. Agric. Sci. 77(11):772-775.
  6. Mahto, B.N.; Pandey, Vachspati; Shah, D.N. and Bimb, H.P. (2001). Effect of nitrogen doses and leaf injury on bacterial leaf blight of rice. Ann. Pl. Soil Res., (New Series), 22(2):198-200.
  7. Pandey, N; Verma, A.K. and Tripathi, R.S. (2007). Evolution of different nutrient management practices on the performance of rice hybrid during dry season. Oryza, 44(4):311-314.
  8. Sabir, A; Vanagamudi, R; Malarvizhi and Thiyagarajan, T.M. (2007). Maximisation of seed production by additional dose of N and K in hybrid rice. Oryza, 44(4):332-339.
  9. Savant N.K. and De Datta S.K. (1982). Nitrogen transformation in wetland rice soils. Adv. Agron., 35:241-294.
  10. Yadav, Vinod; Tripathi, H.P. and Jaiswal, L.M. (2002). Effect of nitrogen on growth and yield of rice (Oryza sativa L.) varieties under rainfed favourable lowland ecosystem. Extended Summaries, Vol. 1: 2nd International Agronomy Congress, Nov. 26-30, New Delhi, India, pp. 154-155.

Editorial Board

View all (0)