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Response of gram (Cicer arietinum Linn.) to nitrogen and phosphate fertilization



Response of gram (Cicer arietinum Linn.) to nitrogen and phosphate fertilization



Indian J. Agron 9: 104-112



On moderately fertile light loam of pH 7.5 which received, during two rabi seasons, 0, 10 or 20 lb/acre N (N0, Nl, N2) and 0, 30 or 60 lb/acre P2O5 (P0, P1, P2), N2 and P1 gave maximum response. NP response was greater than the sum of N and P responses The best treatment for pod production was N2P1, followed by N2P2, N1P2, N0P1and N0P2. In absence of P, increase of N slightly depressed yields but in presence of P was correlated positively with yield.

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