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Response of rice varieties to different sowing windows under Konkan conditions
 

DOI: 10.18805/asd.v0iOF.7333    | Article Id: D-4487 | Page : 78-80
Citation :- Response of rice varieties to different sowing windows under Konkan conditions .Agricultural Science Digest.2017.(37):78-80

D.N. Jagtap*, U.V. Mahadkar and S.A. Chavan

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Department of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidhyapeeth, 
Dapoli-415 712, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India.

Submitted Date : 7-09-2016
Accepted Date : 6-01-2017

Abstract

A field experiment was conducted during kharif season 2015-16 to study the response of rice varieties to different sowing windows under Konkan conditions. The experiment was laid out in split plot design with three replications. The main plot treatments were three sowing windows, viz., 23rd Met Week, 24th Met Week, 25thMet Week. The sub plot treatments comprised five rice varietiesviz., Karjat-5, Palghar-1, Jaya, Swarna and Karjat-2. Thus there were 45 treatment combinations. Results revealed that rice crop sown on 23rd Met. Week recorded significantly higher grain yield (5782 kg ha-1) and straw yield (6462 kg ha-1). Long duration  rice variety Swarna recorded the maximum grain yield (5782 kg ha-1) as well as straw yield (6462 kg ha-1), which was significantly higher over all other varieties under study except variety Jaya which was at par.  From the present investigation it can be concluded that kharif rice in Konkan be sown during 23rd meteorological week with rice variety Swarna followed by conventional variety Jaya, so as to obtain higher yield and economic returns.
 

Keywords

Rice varieties Sowing windows Yield Yield attributes.

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