Optimization of organic nutrient sources for green gram (Vigna radiata L. Welczek) under rainfed conditions

DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-4842    | Article Id: A-4842 | Page : 443-447
Citation :- Optimization of organic nutrient sources for green gram (Vigna radiata L. Welczek) under rainfed conditions.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2017.(51):443-447
Rambuatsaiha, T. Gohain and Noyingthung Kikon tankeswar1968@gmail.com
Address : Department of Agronomy, School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development, Nagaland University, Medziphema Campus, Dimapur-797 106, Nagaland, India.
Submitted Date : 14-07-2017
Accepted Date : 2-09-2017

Abstract

A field investigation was conducted during the kharif season of 2012 at the experimental farm of School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development, Nagaland University, Medziphema Campus, Nagaland. Sole and combined applications of different organic nutrient sources viz., FYM, vermicompost, pig manure, rhizobium and PSB (Phosphate Solubilizing Bacteria) were evaluated in order to optimize organic nutrient management for green gram under rainfed conditions. Results showed that the combined application of rhizobium + PSB + vermicompost @ 0.7 t/ha was found to be the most responsive nutrient management practice recording significantly higher crop growth and yield attributes and ultimately recording the highest seed and stover yields of 369 and 989 kg/ha respectively. Soil available N and K status after harvest as well as seed and stover NPK uptake was found to be significantly higher with combined application of organic manures viz., vermicompost and FYM along with biofertilizers rhizobium and PSB.

Keywords

Biofertilizers Green gram Growth Organic manures Yield

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