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Planting pattern in pigeonpea and soybean intercropping



Planting pattern in pigeonpea and soybean intercropping



Indian Journal of Agronomy 42(2): 228-230



A field study was conducted for 3 consecutive years (1992-94) at Parbhani with pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) and soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) intercropping under rainfed conditions, to find out an appropriate spacing arrangement. Soybean 'PK 472' with 2 rows was found most suitable for intercropping in pigeonpea spaced at 135 cm apart. This intercropping system gave the highest soybean-grain equivalent (3,211 kg/ha), gross (Rs 26,627/ha) and net (Rs 22,771/ha) monetary returns, land-equivalent ratio (1.54) and yield recovery (161%).

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