International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 6, Issue 6 (2018)
Response of baby corn to fertilizer levels during summer season
Author(s): DL Patil, YR Jadhav and JB Patil
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted to study response of baby corn to fertilizer levels during summer season on medium black soil at R.C.S.M. College of Agriculture, Kolhapur summer during 2017. The 27 treatment combinations comprising of three nitrogen levels viz., N1 (00 Kg Nha-1), N2 (50 Kg Nha-1) and N3 (100 Kg Nha-1), three phosphorous levels viz., P1 (00 Kg P2O5ha-1), P2 (25Kg P2O5ha-1) and P3 (50 Kg P2O5ha-1) and three potassium levels viz.,K1 (00 Kg K2Oha-1), K2 (25Kg K2Oha-1) and K3 (50 Kg K2Oha-1). The results revealed that, the growth characters, yield attributes and yield of baby corn were significantly increased up to 100Kg N, 50 Kg P2O5 and 50 Kg K2O ha-1. Application of 100 Kg N with 50 Kg P2O5 ha-1 recorded significantly higher yield attributes, baby corn yield and green fodder yield over rest of N and P2O5 levels.
Pages: 48-50 | 519 Views 25 Downloads
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DL Patil, YR Jadhav, JB Patil. Response of baby corn to fertilizer levels during summer season. Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(6):48-50.