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Indian Journal of Agricultural Research, volume 37 issue 3 (september 2003) : 214 - 218

RESPONSE OF KHASI MANDARIN (CITRUS RETICULATABLANCO) TO ORGANIC VERSUS INORGANICFERTILlZATJON

A.K. Dubey, D.S. Yadav
1Division of JjIorticuiture. ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region·, UmroiRoad, Urniam - 793 103,India
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Cite article:- Dubey A.K., Yadav D.S. (2024). RESPONSE OF KHASI MANDARIN (CITRUS RETICULATABLANCO) TO ORGANIC VERSUS INORGANICFERTILlZATJON. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research. 37(3): 214 - 218. doi: .
A field trial was conducted to study the response of Khasi mandarin to organic versus inorganic fertilization. Application of 110 kg pig manure recorded higher mean fruit yield (107 kg/tree), which was at par with application of 70 kg pig manure (106 kg/tree) over control (80.5 kg/tree). The nitrogen application at the rate of 750 gmN/tree produced higher yield (111 kg/tree) over application of 1000 gm N/tree (101 kg/tree) and control (91.80 kg/tree). Potassium application also had beneficial effect on fruit yield. The application of 650 gm K 2O had highest mean fruit yield/tree (107 kg) over control (94.9 kg). A combination of 110 kg pig manure + 750 gmN + 650 Kp produced highestfruit yield/tree (163 kg) and lowest fruit drop (19.73%).
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