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Effect of organic and inorganic sources of nutrients on yield, nutrient uptake and soil fertility of maize - mustard cropping system



Effect of organic and inorganic sources of nutrients on yield, nutrient uptake and soil fertility of maize - mustard cropping system



Indian Journal Of Agricultural Sciences: 1, 85-88



In north-eastern region of India, improper and imbalance nutrient use in maize-mustard cropping system leads to poor system productivity. Maize being an exhaustive crop also depletes soil fertility.

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