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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 6, Special Issue 6 (2017)

To study the different nutrient management and cropping system on soil microbial growth, production, rice equivalent yield and monetary returns in different rice based cropping systems

Author(s):

MS Shah, VB Upadhya, Nidhi Verma and Anjum Ahmad

Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted during 2010-11 to 2012-13 at Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh (India) to study the effect of nutrient management and cropping system on productivity and soil microbial growth under different rice based cropping systems in Madhya Pradesh. The 4 different cropping systems (CS1 Green manuring sunhemp-Rice-Wheat, CS2-Rice-Chickpea- Sesame, CS3-Rice-Berseem, CS4-Rice-Veg. pea-Sorghum) and three nutrient managements M1- 100% Organic(1/3 N through each of FYM, Vermicompost and Neem oil cake), M2 -100% Inorganic (100% NPK through fertilizers), M3-INM (50% NPK through fertilizer + 50% N through organic sources) with 3 replications in Strip plot design. The soil of the experimental field was sandy clay loam in texture, neutral in reaction (7.3), normal EC (0.52), low in OC (0.72%), medium in available N (264.05kg/ ha) and P(12.8 kg/ha) and high in K (285.2 kg/ha). The growth of bacteria (48.80 × 105), fungi (41.65 × 103), azatobacter (25.67 × 103), actinomycetes (13.55 × 103) and phosphorous solublizing bacteria (16.65 × 103) cfu g-1 soil was maximum in 100% inorganic nutrient management in rice berseem cropping system during the experiment and improved the rice equivalent yield of this cropping system

Pages: 638-641  |  1414 Views  267 Downloads

How to cite this article:
MS Shah, VB Upadhya, Nidhi Verma and Anjum Ahmad. To study the different nutrient management and cropping system on soil microbial growth, production, rice equivalent yield and monetary returns in different rice based cropping systems. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2017;6(6S):638-641.

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