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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Special Issue 2 (2019)

Increase oil seed crops production through cluster from line demonstrations

Author(s):

Satya Prakash, Mahavir Singh, Atar Singh, Bijendra Singh, KG Yadav and SK Tripathi

Abstract:
Field demonstrations were conducted in Kharif and Rabi season 2016-17 and 2017-18 at village Bhaguwala and Jahanpur Block Muzaffarabad, Bidvi and Jagheta jujar block Nakura and Maheshpur block Devband district Saharanpur UP under cluster front line demonstrations programme to evaluate the yield in oil crops of the different varieties of groundnut and mustard crop. It was found that mustard variety RH-749 given highest yield 24.6 q/ha in year 2016-17 and 26.8 q/ha in year 2017-18. The average yield (both year pooled) 25.7 q/ha and local variety (Kranti) yield was 18.6 q/ha in 2016-17 and 18.2 q/ha yield was found 2017-18. The average yield (both year pooled) was 18.4 q/ha. The demonstrated variety RH-749 give the 39% higher yield and B.C. Ratio of RH-749 was 4.05 and local variety B.C. Ratio was 2.7. It was also significantly higher that local variety (Kranti). In groundnut the demonstrated variety average yield was 25 q/ha in year 2016-17 and 21.6 q/ha was 20.5 q/ha 21.6 q/ha 2017-18 while check variety (Chandra) yield was 15 q/ha in year 2016-17 and 16.5 q/ha was found in 2017-18. The yield of demonstrated variety (TG-37 A) was also significantly higher than check variety yield. The B.C. Ratio of demonstrated variety in 2016-17 was 2.26 while check variety B.C. Ratio was found 1.9 in 2017-18. The B.C. Ratio of demonstrated variety was also higher. The result revealed that the yield of demonstrated variety of mustard (RH-749) and groundnut variety TG-37A was higher than check varieties yield. So it is recommended to increase the yield of oil crops production and productivity of mustard variety RH-749 and groundnut variety TG-37A was found suitable in western Uttar Pradesh.

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How to cite this article:
Satya Prakash, Mahavir Singh, Atar Singh, Bijendra Singh, KG Yadav and SK Tripathi. Increase oil seed crops production through cluster from line demonstrations. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(2S):1052-1053.