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Effect of phosphorus, poultry manure, biogas slurry and farmyard manure on drymatter yield and utilization of applied P by wheat


, : Effect of phosphorus, poultry manure, biogas slurry and farmyard manure on drymatter yield and utilization of applied P by wheat. Journal of Nuclear Agriculture & Biology 25(2): 89-93

Incorporation of poultry manure, biogas slurry and farmyard manure in soil had a significant effect on dry matter accumulation and total P uptake by wheat as compared to phosphorus when applied alone. Per cent P derived by wheat on the contrary had a marked depression when either biogas slurry, poultry manure or farmyard manure were applied together with graded levels of P. The integrated effect of P with biogas slurry or poultry manure was more effective at lower level of P while with farmyard manure the effect was pronounced at higher level of P. A substantial increase in P utilization by wheat was observed in presence of biogas slurry and poultry manure compared with farmyard manure.

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