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Dry-matter accumulation and its partitioning of winter pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) as affected by varieties, plant densities and fertility levels

Dry-matter accumulation and its partitioning of winter pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) as affected by varieties, plant densities and fertility levels

Indian Journal of Agronomy 38(4): 665-667

In a field experiment during the winter of 1984/85, irrigated pigeonpeas ICPL 1, ICPL 4 and ICPL 312 were grown at densities of 333 000, 167 000 or 111 000 plants/ha, and given 20 kg N + 50 kg P2O5 or 30 kg N + 75 kg P2O5/ha. At maturity, DM production at densities of 333 000, 167 000 or 111 000 plants/ha was 9.16, 12.47 and 15.20 g/plant, and the respective seed yields were 1040, 900 and 640 kg/ha. Seed yields increased with increase in NP rate from 820 to 890 kg.

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