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HERB YIELD AND QUAUTY OF KALMEGH (ANDROGRAPHIS PANICULATA) AS INFLUENCED BY TIME OF PLANTING AND HARVESTING

Article Id: ARCC2848 | Page : 303 - 306
Citation :- HERB YIELD AND QUAUTY OF KALMEGH (ANDROGRAPHIS PANICULATA) AS INFLUENCED BY TIME OF PLANTING AND HARVESTING.Indian Journal of Agricultural Research.2005.(39):303 - 306
S.G. Wankhade, P.P. Khode, S.S. Wanjari, J.T. Paturde and S.M. Sakure
Address : Nagarjun Medicinal Plants Garden. Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth. Akola - 444 104. India

Abstract

A field experiment for successive three years during kharif seasons of 1999–2000 to 2001–2002 was conducted to study the effect of time of planting and harvesting on the herb yield and quality of Kalmegh (Androghaphis paniculata Burm f.). There were three dates of planting (1st July, 16th July and 1st August) and harvesting (l6th October, 1st November and 16th November), tried in FRBD with four replications. The results revealed that the planting time on 1st July and harvesting between 1st to 16th November were suitable for obtaining higher herbage yield and total yield of Andrographolide and Iron

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