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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 4 (2017)
Influences of PGR and nutrient on leaf, soil and berry nutrient status of strawberry fruit cv. Chandler


Author(s): Avnish Pandey, Sanjay Pathak and Pranava Pandey

Abstract: The present investigation was carried out to study the influences of PGR and nutrient on leaf, soil and berries of strawberry fruit were significantly influence by various plant growth regulators. Among different Growth regulators. GA3 (100ppm) recorded the significantly highest leaf nitrogen content (2.52%) and leaf potassium content (1.51%) was recorded at 25 ppm GA3.The nitrogen content in berry (242.08mg/100g), and potassium content in berry (165.19 mg/100g) was recorded with GA3 100 ppm. The leaf, soil and berry N and K content were found maximum in the plant supplied with N3K2+50 ppm GA3. (2.61%) leaf potassium (1.51%) N3K3 + 50 ppmGA3, soil nitrogen (276.78 kgha-1) N3K2+50 ppm GA3 As per the soil nutrient study is concerned, N3K2+50 ppm GA3, soil potassium (259.34 kgha-1) and berry nitrogen were recorded (226.92 mg/100g) N3K3 + 50 ppmGA3 respectively. The treatment GA3 (100 ppm) was the best plant growth regulators treatment for improving leaf nitrogen content. However respect, with respect to leaf nitrogen, soil potassium and berry nitrogen, N3K3 + 50 ppmGA3 was found best.

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Avnish Pandey, Sanjay Pathak, Pranava Pandey. Influences of PGR and nutrient on leaf, soil and berry nutrient status of strawberry fruit cv. Chandler. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(4):1698-1700.
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