EFFECT OF NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT ON LYSINE AND LINOLEIC ACID CONTENT OF SOYBEAN [GLYCINE MAX (L.)MERILL]

Article Id: ARCC223 | Page : 158-161
Citation :- EFFECT OF NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT ON LYSINE AND LINOLEIC ACID CONTENT OF SOYBEAN [GLYCINE MAX (L.)MERILL].Legume Research-An International Journal.2013.(36):158-161
M.A. Aziz*, Tahir Ali, Amees T. Aezum, M.H. Chesti and Q.J.A. Peer mujtaba230@gmail.com
Address : Krishi Vigyan Kendra SKUAST- Shuhana, Srinagar-191 121, India

Abstract

A field experiment was conducted at KVK, Srinagar during two consecutive kharif seasons (2008-09 and 2009-10) to study the effect of nutrient management on lysine and linoleic acid content of soybean (Glycine max L.). Eighteen treatment combinations viz., three levels of recommended  fertilizers (50, 75 and 100% RDF) three levels of organic manures (Control, FYM @10 t ha-1 and Dalweed @10 t ha-1) and two levels of biofertilizers (Control and dual inoculation with Rhizobium + PSB (phosphate solublising bacteria) in randomised complete block design were replicated thrice. Among inorganic fertilizers lysine content was found significantly superior with the application of 75% recommended fertilizers over other levels, while linoleic acid content increased  significantly with increasing levels of recommended fertilizers. Among organic manures, FYM application proved significantly superior to Dalweed. Dual inoculation with Rhizobium +PSB  significantly improved the lysine and linoleic acid content of soyabean  over control.

Keywords

Biofertilizer Linoleic acid Lysine Nutrient management Soybean Quality.

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