Indian Journal of Agricultural Research

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Indian Journal of Agricultural Research, volume 38 issue 1 (march 2004) : 77 - 78


C.M. Tippannavar, V.S. Emmimathand Shamarao Jahagirdar
1Regional Research Station and College of Agriculture, Bijapur - 586 101, India
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Cite article:- Tippannavar C.M., Jahagirdar Shamarao Emmimathand V.S. (2024). FIELD EVALUATION OF EFFICIENTRHIZOBIUM .STRAINS IN COMBINATION WITH REDUCED LEVELS OF 'N' FOR BENGALGRAM IN NORTHERN KARNATAKA. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research. 38(1): 77 - 78. doi: .
Two different strains of Rhizobium alongwith nitrogen in reduced levels in bengalgram crop were evaluated. Among these two isolates, GR-9 performed significantly better to nodulation (42.5/plant), dry weight of nodules (121.1 mg/plant), dry weight of plant (4.18 g/plant) whereas the grain Yield (8.1 q/ha) were at par with other strain Le. GR4 (8.5 q/ha). In case of combination with different levels of recommended dose of nitrogen produced maximUm grain Yield (10.8 q/ha). The isolate GR-4 was found to be more efficient strain of Rhizobium for application for bengalgram in northern dry zone of Karnataka
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