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Differential yield response of some promising selections of fodder jowar

Differential yield response of some promising selections of fodder jowar

Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 9(1): 102

In field trials in Pune in 1980, 6 sorghum were sown on 11 July in rows 30 cm apart and given 80 kg N and 60 kg P2O5/ha. Highest forage production was given by MSS-1 (34.8 t/ha) compared with the av. green forage yield of 27.3 t.

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