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Comparative study of nitrogen sources for fertilisation of rainfed bajra



Comparative study of nitrogen sources for fertilisation of rainfed bajra



Annals of Arid Zone 11(3/4): 145-153



In trials in 1962-7 with bajra (Pennisetum typhoides = P. americanum) on sandy soil in the arid zone of Rajasthan, application of 16.8, 22.4 and 28 kg N/ha (as f.y.m., ammonium sulphate, urea or calcium ammonium nitrate) gave average grain yields of 399, 401 and 400 kg/ha, respectively, compared with 353 kg/ha without N.

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