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Effect of irrigation based on physiological stages on growth yield and water use efficiency of wheat triticum aestivum cultivar sonalika

Singh, B.N.; Hazarika, U.K.; Srivastava, S.P.

Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 54(12): 1052-1055


ISSN/ISBN: 0019-5022
Accession: 005249021

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On loam soils at an altitude of 850 m in Meghalaya [India] 'Sonalika' wheat (T. aestivum Linn. emend. Thell.) gave the highest yield (36 q/ha) when it received 4 irrigations, 1 each at crown-root initiation, jointing, flowering and milk stages. Two irrigations either at crown-root initiation + flowering and milk stages. two irrigations either at crown-root initiation + flowering or jointing + milk stage also gave a substantial yield (30 q/ha). Water use increased with frequency of irrigation, but its efficiency was less.

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