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EFFECT OF SEED PRIMING, DEPTH OF SOWING AND SEED TREATMENT ON PRODUCTIVITY OF CHICKPEA (CICER ARIETINUM L.) UNDER RAINFED CONDITION

Article Id: ARCC1406 | Page : 145 - 147
Citation :- EFFECT OF SEED PRIMING, DEPTH OF SOWING AND SEED TREATMENT ON PRODUCTIVITY OF CHICKPEA (CICER ARIETINUM L.) UNDER RAINFED CONDITION.Agricultural Science Digest.2010.(30):145 - 147
Deepak Malviya, H.D. Verma, D.D. Nawange and Hemlata Verma*
Address : R.A.K. College of Agriculture, Sehore- 466 001, India

Abstract

The seed soaking found significantly higher in various growth characters, grain and
straw yield and yield attributing traits over no seed soaking. 10 cm. depth of sowing and
treated seed also gave significantly similar results as compared to 7.5 cm. depth and
untreated seed

Keywords

Seed priming Sowing depth Seed treatment Growth Yield

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