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Effect of rabi legumes on succeeding sorghum crop and soil properties at different levels of nitrogen: 1 - yield and nitrogen uptake



Effect of rabi legumes on succeeding sorghum crop and soil properties at different levels of nitrogen: 1 - yield and nitrogen uptake



Farm Science Journal 4(1-2): 7-12



In field trials in 1977-79 on sandy loam soil, sorghum T-22 was grown in the kharif season after rabi crops of peas T-163, chickpeas T-3, wheat HD-1553 or a fallow and was given 0-120 kg N/ha. Averaged across N applications, sorghum grown after peas, chickpeas, wheat and fallow gave grain yields of 2.30, 2.28, 2.16 and 2.12 t/ha, grain N contents of 1.59, 1.58, 1.56 and 1.54% and N uptake in grain of 37.06, 36.48, 34.04 and 33.03 kg/ha, resp.

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