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Effect of fertilization harvesting time on post harvest characteristics of Bengal gram (Cicer arietinum Linn.)



Effect of fertilization harvesting time on post harvest characteristics of Bengal gram (Cicer arietinum Linn.)



Legume Research 13(2): 53-58



In trials in 1981-84 with C. arietinum Chaffa, applying N + P at 15 + 30, 25 + 50 or 35 + 70 kg/ha gave av. seed yields of 0.76, 0.90 and 0.92 t/ha, resp., compared with 0.62 t without NP. There was n.s.d. in yields of crops harvested 1 or 2 weeks before or after the normal harvesting date (116 d after sowing). Delay in harvesting decreased seed moisture content from 31.69 to 10.17%. Fertilizers and harvesting date had no effect on milling or cooking quality of seeds.

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