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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 6, Issue 5 (2017)

Scientific influence of different sources of liming materials with and without FYM on concentration, uptake and recovery of the nutrients for maize crop grown in acid soil of Khurda Dist. of Odisha

Author(s): Rahul Dev Behera, Sipra Das and Sushanta Kumar Pattanayak
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted to study the “Scientific Influence of different sources of Liming materials with and without FYM on Concentration, Uptake & Recovery of the nutrients for Maize crop grown in Acid Soil ” in the village Bajpur in khorda district of Odisha during Kharif, 2013. The soil was ameliorated with three different source sof liming materials (paper mill sludge @ 0.1LR, Stromatolyte@ 0.1 & 0.2 LR and Calcium Silicate @ 0.2 LR) added with soil test based dose with or without FYM. The maximum concentration of the major nutrients follows the order as N>K>P>Mg>Ca>S. The maximum uptake of the ‘N’ (74.8 kg/ha) was observed in Paper mill sludge source applied @ 0.2 LR with STD & FYM but the maximum uptake of the ‘K’ (32.2 kg/ha) & ‘S’ (7.1 kg/ha) was observed in Calcium Silicate source applied @ 0.2 LR integrated with STD & FYM and the maximum uptake of the ‘P’ (13.4 kg/ha), ‘Ca’ (15.5 kg/ha) & ‘Mg’ (6.7 kg/ha) was observed in Stromatolyte source applied @ 0.2 LR with STD & FYM. Among the major nutrients, the recovery of ‘P’ was maximum ranging from 26-66 %, followed by ‘K’ from 22 to 55 per cent, ‘N’ from 17 to 36 per cent and S from 6.2 to 28.7 per cent.The maximum recoveries of major nutrients were recorded with Stromatolyte source applied @ 0.2 LR integrated with STD and FYM.
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How to cite this article:
Rahul Dev Behera, Sipra Das and Sushanta Kumar Pattanayak. Scientific influence of different sources of liming materials with and without FYM on concentration, uptake and recovery of the nutrients for maize crop grown in acid soil of Khurda Dist. of Odisha. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2017; 6(5): 1820-1825.
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