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Effect of different levels of rock phosphate sulphur granule on growth and yield of onion and black gram



Effect of different levels of rock phosphate sulphur granule on growth and yield of onion and black gram



Journal of Tropical Agriculture 38(1/2): 55-58



Pot experiments were conducted to study the effect of rock phosphate - elemental sulfur granule (RP-S0 G) on the yield attributes and yield of onion (cv. Co 4) and black gram (cv. Co 5). The application of RP-S0G at the rate of 60 kg P2O5/ha had the highest yield for both the crops.

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