Vol. 16 No. 2
Impact of different land configuration and cultivars on growth and yield of green gram during summer season in the coastal plain of Odisha
Author(s): S. RATH AND J. M. L. GULATI
Abstract: A field study on impact of land configuration, cultivar and nutrient management practices on green gram was carried out on sandy loam soil of Agronomy Main Research farm, Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology during summer 2016. The result revealed that on an average sowing of green gram on flatbed land configuration was superior over raised bed with respect to all the characters except plant height, and sowing of variety PDM 139 on flat beds was significantly superior with respect to number of pod plant-1 (35) and seed yield (423.75 kg ha-1). Nutrient management practice based on STCR equations significantly yielded more (455.29 kg ha-1) than the other treatments. It was also associated with higher yield attributing characters
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