EFFECT OF BIOFERTIUZERS, NUTRIENT SOURCES AND LIME ON GROWfH AND YIELD OF GARDEN PEA

Article Id: ARCC3685 | Page : 282 - 285
Citation :- EFFECT OF BIOFERTIUZERS, NUTRIENT SOURCES AND LIME ON GROWfH AND YIELD OF GARDEN PEA.Legume Research-An International Journal.2006.(29):282 - 285
Susheela Negi, R.V. Singh- and O.K. Dwivedi
Address : Department of Vegetable Science. G.B.P.UA and T. Hill campus. Ranichauri- 249199, India

Abstract

An experiment was conducted during 1999–2000 to assess the effects of biofertillzers, nutrient sources and lime on growth and yield of garden pea in acidic soils of Garhwal hills. Composite inoculation of Rhizobium leguminosarum and Pseudomonas striata significantly increased the growth and yield of pea. Nutrient sources such as FYM, NKP, combined application of FYM + NKP also increased the growth and yield of pea. The highest growth and yield components of garden pea was recorded in application of lime @ 4 t/ha followed by FYM + NKP. The least growth and yield was noticed in control treatment.

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