Effect of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sulphur and Zinc on Yield and their Attributing Characteristics of Mustard CropJournal: International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology (IJAAST) (Vol.6, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2019-11-30
Authors : Susheel Gautam; S.K. Mishra; Hanuman Prasad Pandey; R.K.Pathak; Shivam Pandey;
Page : 1-17
Keywords : Mustard; Yield; Grain; Stover; Pusa Bold;
A field experiment was conducted on Pot culture house of Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry at Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur during the rabi season 2016-17, In the present experiment 8 treatments T1 (Control), T2 (100% RDF) , T3 (100% RDF+S30), T4 (100% RDF+Zn5), T5 (125% RDF), T6(125% RDF+S30 ), T7 (125% RDF+Zn5), T8 (150% RDF), were laid out in Randomized Block Design(RBD) with four replication. Mustard variety Pusa Bold was taken for study. The results revealed that the Yield (grain and stover yield) and their attributing characteristics of mustard respond significantly with the different treatment combination. The highest grain (20.11 q/ha) and stover yield (43.13 q/ha) was obtained in T7 (125% RDF+Zn5). The treatment T7 cause 32.72 % increase in mustard grain yield and 14.22% increase in stover yield over control. The treatment combination T7 (125% RDF+Zn5) gave the best result in terms of yield and their attributing characteristics.
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