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Response of bengal gram cicer arietinum varieties to phosphate fertilization in relation to farmyard manure application and rhizobial inoculation



Response of bengal gram cicer arietinum varieties to phosphate fertilization in relation to farmyard manure application and rhizobial inoculation



Legume Research 7(1): 23-26



An experiment to study the response of Bengal gram varieties (Type 3, Pant G 110 and K 468) to varying rates of phosphate (20, 40 and 60 kg P2O5/ha) in relation to farmy and manure (3 t[ton]/ha) and Rhizobial inoculation was conducted under rainfed condition during rabi seasons of 1978-1979 and 1979-1980. Among the varieties, Type 3 gave significantly higher grain yield than the other varieties. Increasing rates of phosphate significantly increased growth and grain yield. Application of 60 kg P2O5/ha brought about 22.1% increase in grain yield over 20 kg P2O5/ha. The most profitable rate of phosphate was 45.4 kg P2O5/ha. Neither farmy and manure nor inoculation affected grain production.

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