EFFECT OF NUTRIENTS AND SPACING ON THE YIELD OF URDBEAN UNDER LATE SOWN CONDITION

Article Id: ARCC3705 | Page : 46 . 48
Citation :- EFFECT OF NUTRIENTS AND SPACING ON THE YIELD OF URDBEAN UNDER LATE SOWN CONDITION.Legume Research-An International Journal.2005.(28):46 . 48
S.T. Bhairappanavar, H.M. Jayadeva, T.H. Gowda and S. Shivanna
Address : Agricultural Research Station, UAS, Kathalgere - 577219, Davanagere. India

Abstract

Field experiments were conducted during Kharif 2000 and 2001 to know the effect of plant density and different nutrient management practices under late sown conditions. The study revealed that soil application of 30 kg N and 20 kg N as basal in addition to 10 kg N as foliar application at two stages (30th and 40th DAS) recorded 4 to 11 and 2 to 4 per cent higher seed yield than 20 kg N as basal during 2000 and 2001 respectively. Among the interaction plant density 5.0 lakhlha (20 x 10 cms) with 30 kg N combined with 10 kg N as foliar application at two stages recorded higher seed yield (1071 and 1292 kg/ha) during 2000 and 2001 respectively. Similar types of observations were recorded with respect to seed yield per plant, pods per plant and 100 seed weight during 2000.

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