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Vol. 12, Issue 2 (2024)

Effect of foliar application of water soluble metal (II) arginine phosphonitrile derivative containing essential elements on yield of pea (Pisum sativum L.)


Author(s): Anupam Agarwal, Dr. Satyavir Singh and Dr. Chitra Gupta

Abstract: Micronutrients malnutrition is a global concern that affects more than two billion people world wide. It is an estimate of World Bank that India is one of the highest-ranking country in the world for the number of children suffering from malnutrition. Malnutrition refers to the situation where there is an unbalanced diet in which some nutrients are in excess, lacking or wrong proportions. There are various essential elements such as Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron and Copper required by organism in a small quantities to maintain health. A lot of work is going on worldwide to develop biodegradable polymers but most of them for organic polymers but inorganic Polymers in fact are very scarcely studied whereas these are multifunctional and biodegradable. In view of it some derivatives of one of the inorganic polymer phosphonitrilic chloride will be discussed. These inorganic materials are biodegradable and eco- friendly. This article is about to explain inorganic polymer for phosphonitrile derivatives (PNC) can carry variety of such micronutrients on its side chain as pendant groups. Pea (Pisum sativam) is a nutritious pulse crop with potential to assist in tackling hidden hunger. Here we report that yield and quality of pea crop can be enhanced by foliar spray of these phosphonitrile derivatives. Experimentally it have been observed and result shows that Phosphonitrile derivatives are going good for this. The present investigation entitled “Effect of foliar application of water soluble Metal (II) Arginine Phosphonitrile derivative containing essential elements on yield of Pea (Pisum sativum L.)” was conducted at the Organic Research Farm, Karguanji, Department of Chemistry, Institute of Basic Science, Bundelkhand University Jhansi (U.P.) during the year 2020-21 Ravi season. The experiment was comprised of with sixteen treatments which were laid out in Randomize Block Design with three replication. Result showed that the quality parameters like no. of pod, no. of seeds and yield of the crop was recorded maximum in treatment with PNC (T9 to T16) comparision to treatments with NPK (T1 to T8). However, all quality parameters are noticed minimum in treatment T0 (Control). There was a positive linear relationship between growth/yield and Metal (II) Arginine phosphonitrilic derivatives. The best yield was obtained with T16 hence this was recommended for the production of pea in the study area.

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How to cite this article:
Anupam Agarwal, Dr. Satyavir Singh, Dr. Chitra Gupta. Effect of foliar application of water soluble metal (II) arginine phosphonitrile derivative containing essential elements on yield of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Int J Chem Stud 2024;12(2):20-27.
 

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