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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 5 (2017)
Influence of irrigation scheduling (IW: CPE ratios) and plant growth regulators on quality, yield and economics of summer clusterbean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L.) under middle Gujarat conditions


Author(s): P Deewan, KL Regar, M Jajoriya, M Meena and R Verma

Abstract: A field experiment was conducted during summer season of the year 2009 at College Agronomy Farm, B. A. college of Agriculture, Anand Agricultural University, Anand Gujarat to study the “Influence of Irrigation scheduling (IW: CPE ratios) and Plant growth regulators on quality, yield and economics of summer clusterbean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L.) under middle Gujarat conditions”. Protein content (%) was influence non significantly with different irrigation schedules and significantly influenced with growth regulators. The highest protein content (29.47%) was recorded under treatment GR1 (NAA @ 100 ppm at 30 and 60 DAS). Lower protein content (25.86%) was observed under treatment GR0 (control-water spray). Fiber content was non significantly influenced by different irrigation schedules fibre content significantly influenced due to different plant growth regulators. Maximum (19.20%) and Minimum (15.37%) fibre content were observed under treatment I3 (1.0 IW: CPE ratio) and I0 (control), respectively. Significantly highest green pod yield (19480.00 Kg/ha) and green fodder yield (27817.00 Kg/ha) were observed under irrigation treatment of 1.0 IW: CPE ratio (I3) and also significantly the highest green pod yield (18854 Kg/ha) was secured under treatment GR1 (NAA @ 100 ppm at 30 and 60 DAS). The lowest green pod yield and fodder yield were observed control treatment of both application of different irrigation schedules and plant growth regulators. The highest gross realization (Rs. 1,97,581/ha) and net realization (Rs,1,78,749/ha) was secured under treatment I3 (1.0 IW: CPE ratio), followed by treatment I2 (0.8 IW: CPE ratio) with Rs. 1,88,440/ha and Rs,1,70,765 gross realization and net realization, respectively. The lowest gross realization (Rs.1,65,801/ha) and net realization (Rs,1,51,573/ha) was observed under treatment I0 (Control- Irrigation at critical growth stages). The highest gross realization(Rs.1,91,043/ha) and net realization (Rs,1,78,743/ha) was observed under treatment GR1 (NAA @ 100 ppm at 30 and 60 DAS) followed by treatment GR2 (GA3 @ 40 ppm at 30 and 60 DAS) with gross realization (Rs.1,83,557/ha) and net realization (Rs. 1,64624/ha).Treatment GR0 (Control -water spray) recorded the lowest Rs.1,66,105/ha and Rs.1.54,507/ha gross realization and net realization respectively.

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P Deewan, KL Regar, M Jajoriya, M Meena, R Verma. Influence of irrigation scheduling (IW: CPE ratios) and plant growth regulators on quality, yield and economics of summer clusterbean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L.) under middle Gujarat conditions. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(5):467-471.
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