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Response of different varieties of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.) to varying fertility levels under semi-arid conditions of Punjab



Response of different varieties of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.) to varying fertility levels under semi-arid conditions of Punjab



Research on Crops 7(2): 409-410



A field experiment was conducted in Bathinda, Punjab, India, during the 2003/04 rabi season, to study the effect of different fertilizer rates on the performance of the Indian mustard cultivars YRN 6, Bio 772, Vardan, JGM 01-15, Kranti and RH 9801. The significantly higher seed yield was recorded when the fertilizers were applied at 125% of the recommended rate as compared to 75 and 150% of the recommended fertilizer rates, respectively.

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