International Journal of Research in Agronomy

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International Journal of Research in Agronomy
2018, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A

Effect of graded dose of sulphur, iron and molybdenum along with recommended dose of N.P.K on yield attributes and economics of pea (Pisum sativum)


RK Singh, Uttam Kumar Tripathi, Kamlesh Ahirwar and Rohit Sharma

Input-output data on farm trails of three most popular pea varieties of eastern Uttar Pradesh cultivated under different inorganic nutrient combination were collected during2002-05 from the experimental field of the Indian Institute of vegetable Research Varanasi, The highest yield and benefit ratio per unit input ratio was found when the crop was cultivated under under recommended dose of NPK with S@20 kg/ha plus Fe and Mo @ 50ppm foliar spray. A return ratio of 3.6 rupees per rupee invested was realized in fresh vegetable pea and pea seeds under this package, which accounted a net profite of 63-to131.4%. Maximum net return and cost benefit ratio 1: 3.4 was realized in Arkel when market as fresh vegetable. Maximum net return and cost benefit ratio was obtained when pea grain was marketed.
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RK Singh, Uttam Kumar Tripathi, Kamlesh Ahirwar and Rohit Sharma. Effect of graded dose of sulphur, iron and molybdenum along with recommended dose of N.P.K on yield attributes and economics of pea (Pisum sativum). International Journal of Research in Agronomy. 2018; 1(1): 08-10.