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Progressive Agriculture
Year : 2013, Volume : 13, Issue : 2
First page : ( 151) Last page : ( 155)
Print ISSN : 0972-6152. Online ISSN : 0976-4615.

Influence of potassium application in conjunction with FYM on growth, yield and quality of chickpea in shrink swell soil series

Aziz M.A.1, Amees T. Aezum2, Raina Bharti2, Pharande A.L.3, Ali Tahir4

1SKUAST-K

2Dr B.R Ambedkar University

3M.P.K.V.

4SKUAST-K

Online published on 10 February, 2014.

Abstract

A field experiment was conducted on medium black calcareous soils of Inceptisols, Entisols belonging to Sawargaon (vertic ustrocrept) and paragaon (Typic ustrothent) soil series to evaluate the response of chickpea to potassium levels with and/or without farmyard manure in shrink-swell soil series. The results indicated that Inceptisol showed highest growth parameters,1000-grain weight and straw yield (30.01 q ha−1) followed by entisol (39.69 q ha−1) and vertisol (21.87 q ha−1). 1000-grain weight and protein content in chickpea was significantly increased by application of 5 t FYM ha−1 also by application of 90 and 75 kg K2O ha−1 alone.

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Keywords

Chickpea, growth parameters, potassium levels.

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