Impact of organic manure and mineral nutrients on physico-chemical properties and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown under saline soil

Sharma, P.; Chhipa, B.R.; Sharma, S.R.

Proceedings of ICID Interregional Conference on food production and water social and economic issues of irrigation and drainage, Moscow, Russia, 5-11 September 2004: 2.2.5

2004


Accession: 004194731

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Abstract
A pot experiment on wheat yield was conducted during Rabi season of 2001-2002 with three levels of FYM (farm-yard manure) (0, 5 and 10 t/ ha) and six levels of mineral nutrients (using sulphur, with zinc sulfate and ferrous sulfate). The application of FYM manure at 10 t /ha and mineral nutrients (S + Zn + Fe + Cu + Mn) individually or in combination was found to help in the improvement of physico-chemical properties of saline soil and to give better yields of wheat-grain and straw.