EFFECT OF ORGANIC MANURES AND SPACINGS ON FASCICULATED ROOT YIELD OF SAFED MUSLI (CHLOROPHYTUM BORIVILIANUM).

Article Id: ARCC2266 | Page : 31 - 36
Citation :- EFFECT OF ORGANIC MANURES AND SPACINGS ON FASCICULATED ROOT YIELD OF SAFED MUSLI (CHLOROPHYTUM BORIVILIANUM)..Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2008.(42):31 - 36
D. H. Patel, N.V. Upadhyay, M.A Patel, S. J. Macwan and S. Sriram
Address : AINRP for Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Project Anand Agricultural University, Anand- 388 110, India

Abstract

Among the organic manures and spacings used to study their effect on fresh fasciculated root
yield of safed musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum) The significantly highest yield (6090 Kg/ha) was
obtained when 5 tonnes of poultry manure / ha was applied followed by 10 tonnes FYM and 20
tonnes FYM / ha which were statistically at par with respect to spacing, 30x 10 cm gave significantly
highest fresh fasciculated root which was at par with 30x15 cm . The interaction between organic
manures and spacings were not observed during the study period. the CB Ratios was highest,
1:3.67 and 1:4.10 incase of 5 tonnes poultry manure / ha and 30 x 20 cm spacing respectively

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