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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(2): 1175-1180
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.902.138


Impact of Different Organic Source of Manures, Bio-fertilizers, Rock phosphate, Green Manuring and Recycling of Organic Residue on Vegetative and Yield Traits Performance of Cashew Var. Ullal-1 under Plain Region of Karnataka, India
B. N. Rajendra*, M. Ramesh and B. Subramanyam
AICRP on Cashew, HREC, Hogalagere, Kolar, Karnataka, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The organic management of cashew research experiment was conducted during the year 2018-19 at Hogalagere, AICRP Cashew centre. The combination of treatments includes organic manures, bio-fertilizers, naturally available rock phosphate, in-situ green manuring, recommended dose of fertilizers and FYM. In this research experiment eight treatments were imposed, but plants were fed with 25% N as FYM+ Recycling of organic residue + In-situ green manuring/green leaf manuring + BFC @ 200 g /tree/year i.e., T7 was significantly elevated higher values in parameters like plant height(308 m), except T8 (3.02 m), stem girth (16.25 cm) exclude T8 (16.02 cm), mean nut weight (7.05 g) except T8 (6.93 g), nut yield (4.18 kg/plant ) except T8 (4.05 kg/plant) and same in the case of cumulative nut yield. However among the different combination of treatments T7 performed as the best treatment which was followed by T8 i.e., recommended dose of fertilizers and FYM. The tea mosquito bug infestation has low impact in all the eight treatments of experiment.


Keywords: Cashew, Organic manures, Bio-fertilizer, Rock phosphate, Green manuring
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Rajendra, B. N., M. Ramesh and Subramanyam, B. 2020. Impact of Different Organic Source of Manures, Bio-fertilizers, Rock phosphate, Green Manuring and Recycling of Organic Residue on Vegetative and Yield Traits Performance of Cashew Var. Ullal-1 under Plain Region of Karnataka.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(2): 1175-1180. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.902.138