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Legume Research, volume 32 issue 2 (june 2009) : 151-152

PERFORMANCE OF PIGEON PEA UNDER IRRIGATED CONDITIONS IN UPER KRISHNA PROJECT COMMAND AREA

B. V. Tembhurne, Amaregouda Patil, D P. H. Kuchanur
1College of Agriculture, Bheemarayanagudi, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad 580005, India
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Cite article:- Tembhurne V. B., Patil Amaregouda, Kuchanur H. P. D (2024). PERFORMANCE OF PIGEON PEA UNDER IRRIGATED CONDITIONS IN UPER KRISHNA PROJECT COMMAND AREA. Legume Research. 32(2): 151-152. doi: .
Field experiments were conducted to evaluate the performance of ten pigeon pea genotypes in
kharif 2001 and 2002. Among the ten genotypes tested, DEPS 9 (2959.38 kg/ha) recorded significantly
superior yield over two checks viz., GS 1 (2484.85 kg/ha) and ICP 8863 (2288.51 kg/ha). But it was
on par with ICPL 87119(2641.51 kg/ha). It gave 19.1% and 29.3% higher yield over GS1 and ICP
8863, respectively
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