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PERFORMANCE OF GROUNDNUT AS INFLUENCED BY ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SOURCES OF NUTRIENTS AND THEIR METHOD OF APPLICATION
method of application on groundnut was carried out at Allahabad. Application of 13t FYM/ha
recorded significantly higher yield of groundnut as compared to control, while the application of
75% recommended dose of Fertilizer (RDF) recorded significantly higher nut yield over 25 and 50% RDF but it was at par with 100% RDF. Root zone application of nutrients recorded significantly higher nut yield as compared to broadcasting. Among the interaction effects combination of 13t FYM + 75% RDF, 13t FYM + root zone application and 100% RDF + root zone application recorded the highest nut yield of groundnut as compared to other combinations. The growth and yield attributes also showed similar trends.
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