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Effect of fertilizer and phenyl mercuric acetate spray on wheat (Triticum aestivum) under tank-bed condition


, : Effect of fertilizer and phenyl mercuric acetate spray on wheat (Triticum aestivum) under tank-bed condition. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 62(11): 767-768

In an experiment during the winter season of 1989-90 in silt loam soil in Rajasthan, at receding soil moisture under tank-bed conditions, wheat D 134 given 15 kg N + 3.2 kg P, 30 kg N + 6.4 kg P, 45 kg N + 9.6 kg P or 60 kg N + 12.8 kg P/ha produced grain yields of 0.87, 1.34, 1.48 or 1.52 t/ha, respectively.

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