Effect of intergrated nutrient management on acidlime [Citrus aurantifolia. Swingle (L.)] 

DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-4978    | Article Id: A-4978 | Page : 290-294
Citation :- Effect of intergrated nutrient management on acidlime [Citrus aurantifolia. Swingle (L.)].Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2018.(52):290-294
M. Prabhu, S. Parthiban, A. Ramesh Kumar, B. Usha Rani and A. Vijayasamundeeswari muthusamyprabhu@gmail.com
Address : Horticultural College and Research Institute, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Periyakulam-625 604, Tamil Nadu, India.
Submitted Date : 10-01-2018
Accepted Date : 10-04-2018

Abstract

The nutritional need of acid lime is unique and differs from other fruit crops as it has continuous flowering and heavy fruiting habit. An experiment was conducted with the key objective of studying the effect of integrated nutrient management system on yield and quality of acid lime, variety PKM 1. In this study,  application of 100 per cent recommended dose of fertilizers (600:200:300 g NPK plant-1 year-1 )+ Azospirillum (100g plant-1) + phosphobacteria (100g plant-1) + Arbuscular Mycorrizhal Fungi (500g plant-1) + Trichoderma harzianum (100g plant-1) has showed a superior performance regarding yield, yield attributing components and quality attributes of acidlime. 

Keywords

Acid lime Bio fertilizers Nutrient management Yield and quality.

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