Effect of Improved Management Practices on Yield and Economics of Rabi Pulse Crops

DOI: 10.18805/ag.D-5050    | Article Id: D-5050 | Page : 129-133
Citation :- Effect of Improved Management Practices on Yield and Economics of Rabi Pulse Crops.Agricultural Science Digest.2020.(40):129-133
P. Venkata Subbaiah, V. Jyothi venkat.076@gmail.com
Address : Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural College, Bapatla-522 101, ANGRAU, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Submitted Date : 1-10-2019
Accepted Date : 27-12-2019

Abstract

Chickpea, blackgram and greengram are important rabi pulse crops grown in Andhra Pradesh. Adoption gaps were identified in these crops indicating the need for the demonstration of the improved crop management practices. In chickpea the variety NBeG47, blackgram TBG 104, greengram variety WGG 42 were introduced in farmers fields in rabi season. Along with the varietal introduction the whole package of improved management practices were demonstrated. A total of 50 FLDs each in chickpea, blackgram and greengram were organized for two consecutive years 2016-17 and 2017-18 in Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh. Highest yield of 27.50 q/ha was recorded with NBeG-47 in the demo fields with an average yield of 25.50 q/ha. In blackgram a highest yield of 17.25 q/ha was recorded in the demo with an average yield of 14.59 q/ha as againstcheck with an average yield of 11.50 q/ha. In greengram a highest yield of 16.50 q/ha was recorded in the demo fields with an average yield of 15.12 q/ha as against check with an average yield of 10.00 q/ha. Paired t test of the economics of demo and check showed significant positive difference between improved practice and farmers practice.

Keywords

Blackgram Chickpea Demonstrations Greengram Management practices

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