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Studies on the effect of row spacings and nitrogen doses on the yield of and profit from Indian mustard


, : Studies on the effect of row spacings and nitrogen doses on the yield of and profit from Indian mustard. Progressive Agriculture 3(1/2): 146-147

The effects of row spacing (30, 45 or 60 cm) and N rate (60, 120 or 180 kg/ha) on the yield of Indian mustard Basanti were studied in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India during 1997/98 and 1998/99. N was applied at sowing (50%) and after the initial irrigation (50%). A spacing of 45 cm resulted in the highest seed yield (20.64 quintal/ha), straw yield (12.59 quintal/ha), stick yield (44.82 quintal/ha), net profit (13 581 rupees/ha), and cost benefit ratio (0.94).


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