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Integrated Nutrient Management in Different Cereal based Cropping Sequences: A Statistical Perspective

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP557    | Article Id: BKAP557 | Page : 316-319
Citation :- Integrated Nutrient Management in Different Cereal based Cropping Sequences: A Statistical Perspective.Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2022.(37):316-319
Anil Kumar, Mohd Harun, Sukanta Dash, Susheel Kumar Sarkar, Sunil Kumar Yadav, Vipin Kumar Chauhary, Devendra Kumar mohd.harun@icar.gov.in
Address : ICAR-Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, Pusa-110 012, New Delhi, India.
Submitted Date : 23-06-2022
Accepted Date : 14-11-2022

Abstract

Background: In this study, the impact of integrated nutrient management practice in cereal based cropping sequence has been examined. A detail study about the impact of INM in the above cropping system for last 8 years has been carried out.
Method: On-station research experiments were conducted at Karjat centre of district Raigad of Maharashtra, under the ICAR-Indian Institute of Farming Systems Research, Modipuram, Meerut of ICAR-All India Co-ordinated Research Project during the years 2010-11 to 2017-18 on integrated nutrient supply (INM) system in rice – rice (Oryza sativa L.) cropping system at Karjat. 
Result: 100% recommended NPK dose through fertilizers was identified as the best INM practice at Karjat during kharif season. A detail study about the impact of INM in the above cropping system for last 8 years has been carried out and presented in tabular as well as graphical view both.

Keywords

ANOVA Combined analysis Cropping sequence INM

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