DRY MATTER PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE OF SUCCEEDING GROUNDNUT (ARACHIS HYPOGEA L.) AS EFFECTED BY CUMULATIVE RESIDUAL EFFECT OF CROP RESIDUE INCORPORATION AND NITROGEN MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

Article Id: ARCC1272 | Page : 33 - 37
Citation :- DRY MATTER PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE OF SUCCEEDING GROUNDNUT (ARACHIS HYPOGEA L.) AS EFFECTED BY CUMULATIVE RESIDUAL EFFECT OF CROP RESIDUE INCORPORATION AND NITROGEN MANAGEMENT PRACTICES.Legume Research-An International Journal.2010.(33):33 - 37
C. Radha Kumari, D. Srinivasulu Reddy and U. Vineetha
Address : Department of Agronomy, S.V. Agricultural College,Tirupati-517 502, India

Abstract

Field experiment was conducted in the wetland farm of for during 2002 – 2003 and
2003 – 2004 to investigate the cumulative residual effect of incorporated crop residues and
different nitrogen management practices applied to preceding lowland rice on the
performance of succeeding groundnut. Incorporation of fieldbean crop residues and supply
of 100 per cent N through FYM to rice was superior to any other crop residue incorporation
and nitrogen management practices adopted. Similar magnitude of performance of
groundnut was noticed with the combination of fieldbean crop residue incorporation and
supply of 50 per cent nitrogen each through fertilizer and FYM to preceding rice

Keywords

Groundnut Crop residue incorporation Nitrogen management practices

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