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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 4 (2017)
Effect of combined foliar application of micronutrient and nitrogen on quality parameter of safflower in Vertisol of Chhattisgarh


Author(s): Vinay Kumar Samadhiya

Abstract: The present investigation was conducted to access quality parameters of safflower through foliar spray of micronutrients and nitrogen combinations along with General Recommended dose during rabi 2013-14 and 2014-15 at the Research Farm, Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur, Chhattisgarh in randomized block design with three replications and twelve treatments namely absolutely control, 100% GRD (without spray), 100% GRD with tap-water spray, 100% GRD+ 1% N foliar spray, 100% GRD+ 0.2% Fe foliar spray, 100% GRD+ 0.5 % Zn foliar spray, 100% GRD+ 0.3% Mn foliar spray, 100% GRD+Fe 0.2% + Mn 0.3% foliar spray, 100% GRD+ Fe 0.2% + Zn 0.5% foliar spray, 100% GRD+ Mn 0.3% + Zn 0.5% foliar spray, 100% GRD+Fe 0.2% + Mn 0.3% + Zn 0.5% foliar spray and 100% GRD + Fe 0.2% + Mn 0.3% + Zn 0.5% + 1% urea foliar spray. The treatments 100% GRD + Fe 0.2% + Mn 0.3% + Zn 0.5% + 1% urea foliar spray was a sound combination of nutrients to get highest oil yield (529.78 kg ha-1) followed by Fe 0.2% + Mn 0.3% + Zn 0.5% with GRD (508.33kg ha-1) were superior to application of GRD alone (393.15kg ha-1) and increase in oil yield was by 34.75 and 29.30% percent over GRD alone respectively.

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Vinay Kumar Samadhiya. Effect of combined foliar application of micronutrient and nitrogen on quality parameter of safflower in Vertisol of Chhattisgarh. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(4):149-153.
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