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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 6, Issue 6 (2017)

Agronomic management practices for promising groundnut cultivar RTNG-29 (Konkan Bhuratna)

Author(s): BD Waghmode, AS Kambale, VC Navhale, PD Chendge and UV Mahadkar
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted at Agricultural Research Station, Shirgaon, Dr. B.S. Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, Ratnagiri (MS) on the lateritic soil during Rabi 2015-16 to 2016-17 to study agronomic management practices for promising groundnut cultivar RTNG-29 (Konkan Bhuratna). The treatment comprises two main plot treatments of varieties, sub-plot treatments consists three spacing and sub-sub plot treatment consists three fertilizer management treatments replicated three times in split-split plot design. Groundnut cultivar, RTNG-29 (Konkan Bhuratna) sown with 30X10 cm plant spacing (plant population of 3,33,333 plants ha-1) and fertilized with 30:70:00 NPK kg ha-1 noticed significantly highest pod, kernel and haulm yield of groundnut, which was followed by RTNG-29 (Konkan Bhuratna) sown with 30X10 cm plant spacing (plant population of 3,33,333 plants ha-1) and fertilized with 25:50:00 NPK kg ha-1. But in terms of economics groundnut cultivar RTNG-29 (Konkan Bhuratna) sown with 30 X 10 cm plant spacing and fertilized with 25:50:00 NPK kg ha-1 gives more benefit to cost ratio 2.08 with net returns of Rs 76561 ha-1) as that of groundnut cultivar RTNG-29 (Konkan Bhuratna) sown with 30X10 cm plant spacing and fertilized with 30:70:00 NPK kg ha-1 (net returns Rs 71880 ha-1 and B:C ratio 2.02).
Pages: 963-966  |  395 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
BD Waghmode, AS Kambale, VC Navhale, PD Chendge, UV Mahadkar. Agronomic management practices for promising groundnut cultivar RTNG-29 (Konkan Bhuratna). J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2017;6(6):963-966.
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