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Response of safflower carthamus tinctorius varieties to plant densities and nitrogen levels



Response of safflower carthamus tinctorius varieties to plant densities and nitrogen levels



Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 5(1): 53-55



In safflower (C. tinctorius L.), the higher plant density resulted in increased yield per hectare. The 1000-grain wt was not influenced by different plant densities. The lowest plant density (55,000/ha) recorded the maximum spread, primary and secondary branches and number of capitula per plant. N improved grain yield as well as yield-contributing characters. The oil content was reduced to some extent by higher levels of N. 'Tara' recorded the highest seed yield as well as oil yield per hectare.

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