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Effect of nitrogen levels in rice on yield components, yield, competition functions and economics in rice-greengram intercropping system in the plains of West Bengal

Patra, A.P.; Soren, G.; Nayek, S.S.; Biswas, C.

Environment and Ecology 24S(Special 3): 623-626

2006


ISSN/ISBN: 0970-0420
Accession: 013037856

The effects of nitrogen levels (0, 30 and 60 kg/ha) on rice (cv. MW-10) intercropped with greengram (cv. B-105) under different spatial arrangements (4R:2G and 2R:2G) were studied during the wet seasons of 2000 and 2001, on sandy loam soil (entisol), in Nadia, West Bengal, India. Intercropping of greengram with rice grown without nitrogen was the most efficient intercropping system, producing the highest yield advantage.

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