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Response of Navane (foxtail millet) to N and P application

Response of Navane (foxtail millet) to N and P application

Indian Journal of Agronomy 20(2): 173-174

In trials with Setaria italica given 0-90 kg N and 0-60 kg P2O5/ha in all combinations, application of 60 kg N + 20 kg P2O5/ha gave the highest grain yields of 1.32 t/ha, compared with 0.68 t/ha without NP.

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