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Effect of organic manure and biofertilizer on growth, flowering and yield of tuberose cv. Single


, : Effect of organic manure and biofertilizer on growth, flowering and yield of tuberose cv. Single. Journal of Soils and Crops 16(2): 414-416

The experiment was carried out at College garden, College of Agriculture, Nagpur, during kharif season 2003-04 to study the effect of organic manures and bio-fertilizers on growth, flowering and yield of tuberose Single.

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