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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 6, Special Issue 6 (2017)

Effect of bio fertilizer with conjoined use of organic and inorganic fertilizer on yield and economics of short duration pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan L.)

Author(s):

Prakash Yadav, DD Yadav, Vivek Yadav

Abstract:
The results of experiment from pooled table revealed that treatment F2 (30:60:30 kg NPK/ha +2t/ha VC+ 6t/ha FYM) in fertility level and B7 (Rhyzobium + PSB + PGPR) in bio fertilizer recorded significant high Yield attributes (pods/plant, seeds/pod, grains/plant, grain weight/plant and 1000-grain weight) The grain, straw, stick and biological yield increased by F2 (30:60:30 kg NPK/ha +2t/ha VC+ 6t/ha FYM) 15.34, 47.61, 22.45 and 84.81 in fertility level and B7 (Rhyzobium + PSB + PGPR) 15.13, 49.61, 22.48 and 87.26 in case of bio fertilizer, respectively. Maximum gross and net returns was found in F2 (30:60:30 kg NPK/ha +2t/ha VC+ 6t/ha FYM) Rs.106729.93, Rs.79260.3 in fertility level and B7 (Rhyzobium + PSB + PGPR) Rs.105523.66, Rs.74606.5 in bio fertilizer benefit: cost ratio maximum found in F3 (40:90:40 kg NPK/ha +1t/ha VC+ 3t/ha FYM) (3.90) in fertility level and B4 (Rhyzobium + PSB) (3.74) in bio fertilizer.

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How to cite this article:
Prakash Yadav, DD Yadav, Vivek Yadav. Effect of bio fertilizer with conjoined use of organic and inorganic fertilizer on yield and economics of short duration pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan L.). J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2017;6(6S):915-917.

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