Fertilizer Prescriptions under STCR-IPNS for Rice-Rice Cropping Sequence on An Inceptisol (Typic Ustropept)  

DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-5228    | Article Id: A-5228 | Page : 698-702
Citation :- Fertilizer Prescriptions under STCR-IPNS for Rice-Rice Cropping Sequence on An Inceptisol (Typic Ustropept) .Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2019.(53):698-702
U. Bagavathi Ammal, K. Coumaravel, R. Sankar and Pradip Dey bagavathyammal@yahoo.co.in
Address : Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru College of Agriculture and Research Institute, Karaikal-609 603, Puducherry, India.
Submitted Date : 20-02-2019
Accepted Date : 23-09-2019

Abstract

To develop fertilizer prescription equations based on soil test crop response (STCR) approach for rice-rice cropping sequence, trials were conducted at farmer’s field in Karikalampakkam village, U.T. of Puducherry, during 2015-16. Soil test data, yield and nutrient uptake by successive crops were recorded to calculate four basic parameters viz. nutrient required to produce one quintal of rice, contribution of nutrients from fertilizers, contribution of nutrients from soil and contribution of nutrients from FYM used in developing STCR based fertilizer prescription equations. The per cent nutrient contribution of nutrients from soil (CS),  fertilizer ( CF) and FYM (CFYM) were found to be 19.15, 45.90 and 23.27 for N, 12.13,40.16 and 26.98 for P2O5 and 13.76, 79.64 and 41.07 for K2O respectively for rice cv. White ponni. The same for the rice cv.ADT 45 were 13.48, 40.46 and 34.26 for N, 15.81, 44.64 and 19.89 for P2O5 and 10.48, 58.64 and 41.51 for K2O respectively. Based on fertilizer prescription equations and nomograms formulated for a range of soil test values and desired yield target for the cropping sequence. It was revealed that under the treatment NPK + FYM @ 12.5 t ha- 1 , 47, 29 and 34 kg ha- 1 for rice cv.White ponni and 41 , 22 and 27 kg ha- 1 for rice cv.ADT 45 of fertilizer N , P2O5 and  K2O, respectively could be saved for attaining target yield of 70 q ha- 1 compared to NPK fertilizers alone. 

Keywords

Fertilizer prescription equations Rice-rice cropping sequence STCR Targetted yield

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