Legume Research

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Legume Research, volume 26 issue 1 (march 2003) :

RESPONSE OF BIO-ORGANIC FERTILIZERS WITH MUSSOORIE ROCKPHOSPHATE ON THE YIELD OF GREENGRAM ON RED LATERITIC SOILS

Marimuthu R., Babu S., Vairavan K.
1National Pulses Research Centre, Vamban Colony, Pudukkottai - 622 303 (TN), India
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Cite article:- R. Marimuthu, S. Babu, K. Vairavan (2024). RESPONSE OF BIO-ORGANIC FERTILIZERS WITH MUSSOORIE ROCKPHOSPHATE ON THE YIELD OF GREENGRAM ON RED LATERITIC SOILS. Legume Research. 26(1): . doi: .
A field experiment was conducted during kharif season of 1998–99 to evaluate the effect of bio-organic fertilizers with Mussoorie rockphosphate (MRP) on the growth and yield of greengram. The results indicates that use of bio-organic fertilizers alone or MRP alone did not show the significant difference. But its efficiency was enhanced by the synergetic and cumulative effects of combining MRP with bio-organic fertilizers viz., farmyard manure, enriched bio-digested slurry, sheep manure and phosphobacteria inoculation. The highest growth and yield components of greengram was recorded in application of 25 kg of P2O5 ha−1 as MRP and enriched bio-digested slurry @ 5 t ha−1 along with phosphobacteria (2 kg ha1) inoculation and was closely followed by application of 25 kg of P2O5 ha−1 as MRP and sheep manure @ 5 t ha−1 along with phosphobacteria inoculation. The least growth and yield was noticed in control treatment.

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