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Legume Research, volume 30 issue 1 (march 2007) : 37 - 40

INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT THROUGH . I BIOFERTILIZERS, FERTILIZERS ORGANIC MANURE AND LIME FOR VEGETABLE PEA IN AN ACID INCEPTISOL OF COOL,TEMPERATE REGION·OF UTTARANCHAL

Sushe.ela Negi, G.K. Dwivedi, R.V. Singh
1Hill Campus, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Ranichauri, Tehri Garhwal· 249199, Uttaranchal. India
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Cite article:- Negi Sushe.ela, Dwivedi G.K., Singh R.V. (2024). INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT THROUGH . I BIOFERTILIZERS, FERTILIZERS ORGANIC MANURE AND LIME FOR VEGETABLE PEA IN AN ACID INCEPTISOL OF COOL,TEMPERATE REGION·OF UTTARANCHAL. Legume Research. 30(1): 37 - 40. doi: .
Bio-fertilizer viz., Rhizobium legumineserum (N fixer) and Pseudomonas striata (P Solublizer) were evaluated either alone or in combination with nutrient sources viz., FYM, NPK, FYM + NPK and Lime (amendment) and the response was noticed on vegetable pea crop. The results revealed that nodulation (nodule number and weight), root length and green pod yield as well as quality (Protein and Total soluble solids) were significantly influenced by treatments. Lime recorded highest green pod yield and the response was 89.77% followed by FYM + NPK (53.8%). The response of composite inoculantsRhizobium legumineserum (N fixer) × Pseudomonas striata (P solublizer) alone was 39.7%. The treatments FYM + NPK and lime further accentuated the green pod yield by 83.89% and 98.2% and protein by 18.2%. The effectiveness of biofertilizer was the highest with FYM + NPK (229) followed by lime (161), FYM (127) and NPK (113).
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