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Effect of additives on harvest index yield and yield components of wheat crop

, : Effect of additives on harvest index yield and yield components of wheat crop. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 17(3): 115-118

Field experiments were conducted to study, the effect of spray application of additives on harvest index, yield and yield components of wheat [India]. All the additives decreased the harvest index (HI), except combination of Agromin and indole-3-butyric acid (A+IBA). Yield and yield components were positively correlated with each other in both the years; HI was negatively correlated with straw yield/m2 in both the years and with grain weight per plant, grain yield/m2 and the number of grains per ear in 1977-1978 only. [Urea was also an additive.].

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