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Response of green gram to seasons and graded doses of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers



Response of green gram to seasons and graded doses of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers



Madras Agricultural Journal 61(8): 457-460



2 green gram cultivars gave markedly higher seed yields in the kharif season than in the rabi season in Tamil Nadu. Application of 20 kg P2O5/ha increased yields from 698 kg/ha without P to 781 kg/ha; further increases in P rates decreased them. Application of 10-30 kg N/ha had no significant effect on yields. Under Tamil Nadu conditions, the 'kharif' season was most favourable for the cultivation of green gram. N treatments had no significant effect on seed yield.

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