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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Special Issue 2 (2019)

Increase pulse production through cluster frontline demonstrations

Author(s):

Satya Prakash, Mahavir Singh and Atar Singh

Abstract:
Field demonstrations were conducted in Rabi & Kharif season 2015-16 & 2016-17 at village Malhipur, Nanadfirozpur block Balia Khedi & village Bidvi & Jagheta Gujar block Nakur Saharanpur Distt. U.P. under NFSM programme to yield evaluate in pulses of different varieties Black gram, Green gram and lentil. It was found that PU -31 variety of Black gram given highest yield among the three varieties i.e. PU-31, PU-35 and Shekhar 1. The average yield of PU-31 was found 13.80 qtl/ha which was 31.30% more as compare to farmers practices. Net profit was found Rs. 72324/ha. Whereas IPM 2-3 variety of Moong given highest average yield 11.80 qtl/ha and it was 38.10 more compare to farmer’s practices (PPM.54) and net profit was recorded Rs. 52540/ha. Similar the yield of lentil Pant Masoor 8 was 18.40/ha which was 37.20 % more as compare to L – 4076 (farmers practices) and net return Rs. 58642/ha. Similarly conducted experiment on effect of Phosphorous in pulses. It was found the same effect on all crops and varieties the additional income were obtained Rs. 7500 - 8700 /ha from Black gram 3100-4300 in Green gram and 3850-4650 from lentil.

Pages: 1039-1041  |  935 Views  141 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Satya Prakash, Mahavir Singh and Atar Singh. Increase pulse production through cluster frontline demonstrations. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(2S):1039-1041.

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