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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(6): 2376-2380
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.906.291


Production and Economic Efficiencies as Influenced by Mustard Genotypes in Paddy Fallows of Tungabhadra Command Area of Karnataka
M. A. Basavanneppa1* and B. Arun Kumar2
1Agriculture Research Station, Siruguppa, India
2Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Collage of Agriculture, Bheemarayanagudi, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

A field trail was carried out at Agricultural Research Station, Siruguppa, Karnataka during summer 2016-2017 to study the production and economic efficiencies as influenced by mustard genotypes in paddy fallows of Tungabhadra Command Area of Karnataka. The experiment conducted on deep black soil with available nitrogen, P2O5 and K2O of 190.2, 18.6 and 325.4 kg/ha, respectively. The experiment consists of ten genotypes viz., V1: Pusa Mustard 25, V2: Pusa Mustard 26, V3: Pusa Mustard 27, V4: Pusa Mustard 28, V5: Pusa Mustard 29, V6: Pusa Jagnath, V7: Pusa Mehak, V8: Pusa Tarak, V9: Pusa Agrani and V10: NRCHB 101, these genotypes were laid out in a complete randomized block design with three replications. The seeds of these genotypes were sown manually at a spacing of 60 X 10 cm immediately after the harvest of kharif paddy crop with minimum land preparation. The common fertilizer dose of 90:60:30 kg NPK/ha was applied in the form of urea, diammonium phosphate (DAP) and muriate of potash (MOP). All other recommended agronomic practices were uniformly followed as per the university’s manual of Package of Practices. The results reveal that, Pusa Mustard 25 recorded significantly superior seed yield (872 kg/ha) and stalk yield (1363 kg/ha) over other genotypes with an yield advantage ranged from 7.11 to 58.9 % over Pusa Mustard 26 and Pusa Agrani (359 kg/ha), respectively. However, it was at par with V1: Pusa Mustard 26 (810 kg/ha). Similarly maximum gross return (Rs. 40283/ha), net return (Rs. 28850/ha), BC ratio (3.52), Production efficiency (9.38 kg/ha/day) and economic efficiency (310.21 Rs./ha/day) were recorded in Pusa Mustard 25 compared to other genotypes and it was at par with Pusa Mustard 26. So, it can be conclude that Pusa Mustard 25 and Pusa Mustard 26 were found to be most suitable for paddy fallows in Tungabhadra command area.


Keywords: Genotypes, Seed and Stalk yields, Gross return, Net return, Economic efficiency.
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Basavanneppa. M. A. and Arun Kumar. B. 2020. Production and Economic Efficiencies as Influenced by Mustard Genotypes in Paddy Fallows of Tungabhadra Command Area of Karnataka.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(6): 2376-2380. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.906.291