EFFECT OF APPUCATION OF ZINC, BORON AND MOLYBDENUM ON YIELD AND YIELD ATIRIBUTING CHARACTERS OF SOYBEAN {GLYCINE MAX(L.). MERRILL}

Article Id: ARCC3676 | Page : 242 • 246
Citation :- EFFECT OF APPUCATION OF ZINC, BORON AND MOLYBDENUM ON YIELD AND YIELD ATIRIBUTING CHARACTERS OF SOYBEAN {GLYCINE MAX(L.). MERRILL}.Legume Research-An International Journal.2006.(29):242 • 246
G.N. Shirpurkar, N.V. Kashi9'>M.5. Kamble, A.A.Pisal and N.D. Sarode
Address : A.9!'icultural Research Station, ' NiP~istrict Nashik (MS) - 422 303. India

Abstract

The productivity of Soybean is very low in India i.e. upto 1000 kg/ha. The use of micronutrients in soybean is one of the ways to boost up the productivity. The yield attributing characters and yield are directly related to the productivity. On the other hand FYM is the organic source of different macro and micronutrients. Hence in the present investigation efficacy of micronutrients (Zn, Bo and Mo) was studied with and without FYM for boosting up the soybean productivity. It is concluded from the experiment that application of recommended dose of N: P2O5: K2O (30: 60: 0 kg/ha) + Zinc @ 10 kg/ha + FYM 10 t/ha significantly contributed in the yield and yield attributing characters hence ultimately resulted in increased productivity of soybean.

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