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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 9, Issue 1 (2020)

Studies on impact of organic manures on soil secondary and micro nutrients following two year vegetable cropping pattern (Okra-Dhaincha-Broccoli)

Author(s):

Vishaw Vikas, AK Mondal, Jag Paul Sharma and Divyansh Verma

Abstract:
A study was conducted at Organic Farming Research Centre of SKUAST -Jammu to find out the impact of organic manures on soil secondary and micro nutrients following two-year vegetable cropping pattern. Significant results were obtained in Iron with highest value 32.69 kg ha-1 observed in T8 in okra and 33.68 kg ha-1 in broccoli. No significant changes were observed in Exchangeable calcium and Magnesium, Total Nitrogen and in DTPA Copper, Zinc and Manganese in this two-year experiment, however it is possible that after a certain period of time change can be noticed in certain secondary and micro-nutrient availability.

Pages: 993-998  |  645 Views  269 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Vishaw Vikas, AK Mondal, Jag Paul Sharma and Divyansh Verma. Studies on impact of organic manures on soil secondary and micro nutrients following two year vegetable cropping pattern (Okra-Dhaincha-Broccoli). J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2020;9(1):993-998.

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