International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2018)
Response of Indian mustard to different sowing environments and varieties in semi arid of Haryana
Author(s): Divesh Choudhary, Raj Singh, CS Dagar, Anil Kumar, Rajeev and Keerthi Pattam
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted in Research Farm, Dept. of Agril. Meteorology, CCS HAU, Hisar (semi arid of Haryana) during rabi season 2012-13 and 2013-14. The results indicated that plant height, LAI, dry matter, seed yield and quality were affected by different sowing environments. The experiment was conducted with split plot design replicated four times with three dates of sowing viz., 10th October, 25th October, 8th November in 2012-13 and 21st October, 30th October, 10th November in 2013-14 were kept as main plot and three varieties viz., RH 30, Laxmi and RH 0749 as sub plot. Plant height, dry matter accumulation, leaf area index, yield and quality parameters were decreased significantly with successive delay in sowing, whereas among the varieties, RH 0749 conceive higher values. Among the crop seasons, 2012-13 has higher yield as compare to 2013-14. The relationship between seed yield and biological yield (R2=0.8743); seed yield and harvest index (R2=0.8593); oil yield and seed yield (R2=0.9215); oil yield and biological yield (R2=0.9011) have positively significant.
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How to cite this article:
Divesh Choudhary, Raj Singh, CS Dagar, Anil Kumar, Rajeev, Keerthi Pattam. Response of Indian mustard to different sowing environments and varieties in semi arid of Haryana. Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(2):1452-1457.