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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2019)

Integration of different organic manures and nitrogenous fertilizer and its effect on the growth and yield of rice

Author(s):

Syed Abul Hassan Hussainy, Sathiya K and Nalliah Durairaj

Abstract:
Field experiment was conducted at Agricultural College and Research Institute, Killikulam during Pishanam season (November- March) of 2015 – 2016. Higher Plant height, dry matter production, yield attributes and grain yield was realised with application of 75% N as inorganic fertilizer and 25% N as poultry manure (7160 kg/ha) comparable with 25% N as vermicompost (6920 kg/ha) and was followed 25% N as green leaf manure (6710 kg/ha). Higher physiological efficiency was attained when substituting 25% N as poultry manure and was followed by the same proportion of vermicompost. The highest net return with B: C ratio of 3.12 was attained by 25% N substitution as poultry manure while green leaf manure fetched highest B: C ratio of 3.26. From the above results, it could be indoctrinated that application of 75% of recommended N as inorganic fertilizer and substitution of 25% N either as poultry manure or green leaf manure is the desirable integrated nutrient management practice for achieving higher productivity and profitability under transplanted condition.

Pages: 415-418  |  966 Views  202 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Syed Abul Hassan Hussainy, Sathiya K and Nalliah Durairaj. Integration of different organic manures and nitrogenous fertilizer and its effect on the growth and yield of rice. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(2):415-418.

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