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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Special Issue 2 (2018)

Effect of pruning intensity, foliar feeding of P.G.R. and micro nutrients on vegetative growth of phalsa (<em>Grewia subinaequalis</em>)

Author(s):

Ashutosh Kumar Singh, AL Yadav and Anil Kumar

Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted in order to find out the effect of pruning intensity, foliar feeding of plant growth regulators and micro-nutrients on vegetative growth of phalsa (<em>Grewia subinaequalis</em>). The maximum shoot length was measured with the foliar spray of Urea @ 2.0 per cent at 50cm above from the ground level. Interaction effect due to pruning levels and chemicals spray were found non-significant with respect to shoot length. The maximum number of shoot per plant was recorded with the foliar spray of Urea<sub> </sub>@<sub> </sub>2.0 per cent with pruning level at 50cm above from the ground level. Foliar application of Urea @ 2.0 per cent showed highest number of leaves per shoot and maximum value was recorded with pruning at 50cm above from the ground level. Highest inter nodal length was measured with foliar spray of Urea k2.0 per cent as compared to other treatments. It was evident that foliar application of Urea @ 2.0 per cent and ZnSO<sub>4</sub> @ 0.4 per cent respectively at 50 cm pruning level effective to increase vegetative growth in phalsa fruits.

Pages: 35-37  |  2143 Views  517 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Ashutosh Kumar Singh, AL Yadav and Anil Kumar. Effect of pruning intensity, foliar feeding of P.G.R. and micro nutrients on vegetative growth of phalsa (<em>Grewia subinaequalis</em>). J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(2S):35-37.

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