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Effect of liming and modes of molybdenum application on the response of cauliflower to molybdenum in an Alfisol



Effect of liming and modes of molybdenum application on the response of cauliflower to molybdenum in an Alfisol



Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 43(2): 296-298



In a field experiment during rabi 1987/88, cauliflower Pusa Snowball-1 was grown on a red sandy loam of pH 5.2 and CEC of 10.4 cmol/kg. Plots were limed at 3.4 t/ha or not limed and Mo was applied at 1.0 or 1.5 kg/ha to the soil or at 0.1 or 0.2% ammonium molybdate as a foliar spray on 4 occasions at 12-day intervals. Liming had no significant effect on curd diameter or weight. Mo application generally increased curd weight and diameter.

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