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EFFECT OF NITROGEN LEVELS ALONG WITH AZOTOBACTER ON CRUDE PROTEIN AND CARBOHYDRATE CONTENTS IN SEED OF WHEAT CULTIVARS

Article Id: ARCC4637 | Page : 170 -173
Citation :- EFFECT OF NITROGEN LEVELS ALONG WITH AZOTOBACTER ON CRUDE PROTEIN AND CARBOHYDRATE CONTENTS IN SEED OF WHEAT CULTIVARS.Agricultural Science Digest.2005.(25):170 -173
Jaya Sharma and Vishwa Prakash Bhatnagar$
Address : Department of Chemistry. I.ET. M.J.P. Rohilkhand University. Bareilly , 243 006. India

Abstract

The crude protein content increased and total carbohydrate content decreased significantly in seed with the application of nitrogen + Azotobacter in all the cultivars of wheat. The protein and carbohydrate content did not show much differences among cultivars. The highest protein content was found with 100 kg N ha −1 + 1 kg Azotobacter treatment.

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