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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Special Issue 4 (2019)

Effect of different organic, inorganic and bio-fertilizer on the yield and yield components of wheat

Author(s):

Amarjeet Singh, Karampal Singh Brar, Sukhdeep Singh and Navdeep Gandhi

Abstract:
The experiment was carried out at the field of S. Gurcharan Singh at village Bare wala, tehsil Jalalabad west and District Fazilka. The crop was grown in rabi season of 2017-18 to study the effect of different Organic, Inorganic and bio-fertilizer on the yield and yield components of Wheat. The crop was sown on November 26, 2017. The following treatments are T<sub>1 </sub>RDF (Recommended dose of fertilizer) i.e. (NPK-50:25:12), T<sub>2 </sub>FYM (Farm yard manure) + (4 tonne/acre), T<sub>3 </sub>FYM + <em>Azotobacter</em> (4 tonnes/acre + 250 ml per kg of seed), T<sub>4</sub> PM (Poultry manure) + (3.2 tonne/acre), T<sub>5 </sub>PM + <em>Azotobacter</em> (3.2 tonne/acre + 250 ml per kg of seed). The experiment concluded that among the treatments T<sub>4</sub> (Poultry manure) has better performed in parameter like plant height (101.70cm) and number of spikes/plant (7.4). T<sub>3 </sub>(FYM + <em>Azotobacter</em>)<sub> </sub>has better performed in parameter like dry matter (27.90g) and number of tillers/plant (7.6). T<sub>5</sub> (Poultry manure + <em>Azotobacter</em>) has better performed in parameter like grain/spike (52.0), 1000 grain weight (40.1g) and harvest index(53.8%). It is concluded from the experiment that higher yield (21.7Qt/acre) can be obtained by T<sub>5</sub> (Poultry manure + <em>Azotobacter</em>).

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How to cite this article:
Amarjeet Singh, Karampal Singh Brar, Sukhdeep Singh and Navdeep Gandhi. Effect of different organic, inorganic and bio-fertilizer on the yield and yield components of wheat. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(4S):04-06.