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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 9, Special Issue 4 (2020)

Economics of various INM modules of Basmati rice under various cultivation practices

Author(s):

Chandan Singh, SFA Zaidi, Rajeev Singh, Nikhil Vikram Singh and Mohil Kumar

Abstract:
Rice (Oryza sativa, L) is a staple food for more than 70 per cent of the people living in the Asian continent where more than 90 per cent of rice produced and consumed. In India rice is presently grown in an area of 43.86 M-ha with the production of 104.80 mt which is about 21.81% of world total food production (Agricultural statistics at glance 2015). Lay out of the experiment Crop, Variety, Design Main plot, Sub plot, Replication, No. of treatment, Total no. of plots, Plot size, SRI, Transplanting, Broad casting, Recommended doses of fertilizers (kg ha-1), The treatments and their symbols used in layout in Cultivation practices SRI, Transplanting and Broad casting C1, C2 and C3, INM modules 100% NPK + Zn, 75% NPK+Zn +25% FYM-N, 75% NPK+Zn+25% G.M-N, 50% NPK +Zn+25% FYM-N+25% GM-N and 75% FYM-N+25% GM-N symbols used in T1 T2 T3 T4 and T5 respectively. Used of recommended dose for NPK+ZnSo4 (120, 60, 60, 25 kg ha-1). On the basis of pooled analysis of both the years the maximum grain yield (40.4 q ha-1) were recorded in SRI (C1). On the basis of pooled analysis of both the years the maximum straw yield (56.5 q ha-1) were recorded in SRI (C1). The maximum cost of cultivation (Rs.41508 and 42462 ha-1) were computed under the cultivation practices C2- transplanting with INM modules, highest net return (Rs.83007 and 87839 ha-1) with benefit cost ratio (2.58 and 2.66) was computed under the cultivation practice C1 with INM module T3.

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How to cite this article:
Chandan Singh, SFA Zaidi, Rajeev Singh, Nikhil Vikram Singh and Mohil Kumar. Economics of various INM modules of Basmati rice under various cultivation practices. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2020;9(4S):620-623.

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