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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Issue 1 (2018)

Influences of organic and inorganic fertilizers on productivity and soil fertility of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in Typic Ustochrept soil of Uttar Pradesh

Author(s): Vineet Singh, NS Rana, BP Dhyani, Ravindra Kumar, Vivek, RK Naresh and Arun Kumar
Abstract: A study was conducted to assess fertilizer effect on wheat yield and soil fertility with the following treatments; T1- Control, T2- 100 % NPK, T3-75 % NPK + FYM, T4- 75 % NPK + FYM + PSB+ Azotobactor, T5- 100 % NPK + Zn, T6- 100 % NPK + Zn+ Mn, T7-100 % NPK + Zn + Mn + Fe, T8-75 % NPK + FYM+ PSB+ Azotobactor + Zn + Fe + Mn, T9-125 % NPK, T10- 125% NPK + Zn, T11- 125 % NPK + Zn+ Mn, T12-125% NPK + Zn + Mn + Fe, T13-100% NPK + FYM+ PSB+ Azotobactor + Zn + Fe + Mn and T14-50% N +100%PK + FYM+ PSB+ Azotobactor + Zn + Fe + Mn + LCC based N top dressing. Treatments differed significantly in influencing soil fertility and grain and straw yields of wheat crop. The study indicated that addition of 100% NPK + FYM + PSB + Azotobactor+ Zn + Fe + Mn recorded significantly higher value of growth and yield attributes in terms of plant height (cm), dry matter accumulation (g m-1), number of effective tillers (m-2) and yield attributes character grains spike-1,1000-grain weight (g), harvest index (%), grain yield (58.40 q ha-1) and straw yield (83.9 q ha-1) followed by 125% NPK + Zn+ Mn grain yield (57.9 q ha-1) and straw (82.9 q ha-1).The content of organic carbon increase with the combined application of organic and inorganic with biofertilizer. Integration of 100% NPK + FYM + Azotobactor + Zn + Mn + Fe was found more productivity and remvaerative with the higher residual soil fertility status after wheat crop. Based on the study, 100% NPK + FYM + Azotobactor + Zn+ Mn+ Fe could be recommended for attaining maximum wheat crop productivity and sustainability of soil under semi-arid and sub-tropical sandy loam.
Pages: 260-265  |  682 Views  20 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Vineet Singh, NS Rana, BP Dhyani, Ravindra Kumar, Vivek, RK Naresh, Arun Kumar. Influences of organic and inorganic fertilizers on productivity and soil fertility of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in Typic Ustochrept soil of Uttar Pradesh. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(1):260-265.
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