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2023, Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part A

Effect of integrated nutrient management on growth and yield of mustard (Brassica juncea L.)


Deepanshu Tyagi and Naveen Maurya

A field experiment was allotted throughout 2021-2022 to envision the result of Integrated Nutrient Management and None on Mustard (Brassica juncea L.) Observations were recorded for Growth attributes, Yield attributes and yields, Nutrient content and uptake by mustard crop, Soil quality, and political economy in several combos (biofertilizers and organic manure) the treatment are employing a randomized Block design (RBD) with 3 replications, fourteen treatments were employed in the experiment, together with T1 (Control, NO NPK + NO Non-eat 5 t/ha-1), T2 (100 P.C NPK + NO Non-eat 5 t/ha-1), and T3 (75 percent NPK + N- twenty-five percent (FYM) + NO None. 100 percent NPK+ S @40 weight unit + NO None, T4. T5 - {100% |one hundred pc |100 p.cat 5 t/ha-1} NPK+ twenty five% kg ZnSO4 + NO Non-eat 5 t/ha-1, T6 - 75% NPK+ 25% (FYM) +S @ kg + NO None, T7: 75 percent NPK+ 25 percent (FYM) and 25 kg of ZnSO4 + NO None, respectively. Thanks to differing INM and none treatments, plant height, branch count, and dry matter accumulation were all significantly completely different from treatment T1-control (NO NPK+NO none). However, neither INM nor any of the sessions' activities considerably altered plant-1' height or variety of branches at thirty DAS. The most plant height, number of branches, and dry matter accumulation were according for each year at 30 DAS once scrutiny the treatment T6 + none @5 t/ha-1 to alternative treatments. Treatment T6 + None @5 t/ha-1 at sixty DAS and harvest, followed by application of T7 -75 P.C NPK+N-25 percent (FYM)+25kg ZnSO4+ NO None there have been significantly higher yield qualities with the T6 + None @5t/h-1 application than with the INM and none treatments. The treatment T1- management (NO NPK + NO None) showed the best pH scale and international organization lowering. The best internet returns (Rs. 49408.00 and 52309.00 ha-1) were obtained by the T6 + None @5 t/ha-1 treatment, whereas the highest B:C ratios were generated by the T6 - seventy-five p.c NPK+ N-25 percent (FYM) +S @40 weight unit + NO None treatment (1.32 and 1.45).
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International Journal of Research in Agronomy
How to cite this article:
Deepanshu Tyagi, Naveen Maurya. Effect of integrated nutrient management on growth and yield of mustard (Brassica juncea L.). Int J Res Agron 2023;6(1):51-57. DOI: 10.33545/2618060X.2023.v6.i1a.171
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