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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(12): 2214-2223
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.912.261


Study on Utility of Different Multipurpose Trees as Black Pepper Standards in Lateritic Soil of Uttara Kannada District of Karnataka, India
L. Venkatesh1*, M. J. Manju1, K. L. Kavya1 and K. P. Singh2
1ICAR-Krishi Vigyan Kendra (UAS, Dharwad), Sirsi, Uttara Kannada, Karnataka (India)
2College of Horticulture and Research Station, Jagdalpur, Bastar
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The experiment was carried out in the a farmer’s field at Antravalli village, Kumta taluk of Uttar Kannada district. They were planted of different 4 year old multipurpose trees, which are planted as supporting trees for black pepper variety -Panniyur (2 year old) with 2x2 m. spacing. Experimental results revealed that, 90 Days After Implementation: The significantly higher height was recorded in black pepper with Aquilaria malaccensis (1.46 m) followed by Grevilia robusta (1.37 m), Swetania mahagony (1.28m), and Pajanelia longifolia (1.25m) respectively. The least height was recorded for vine which was trained for Gliricidia sepium (1.08m). However, Percentage increase in height of vine was maximum increase in height of black pepper was observed with Grewilia robusta (13.86 %) followed by Aquilaria malaccensis (8.90%), Pajanelia longifolia (8.8%), and Gliricidia sepium (4.63%). The least per cent increase was observed with Sweitania mahagony (3.90 %). the Light transmission ratio (%) was maximum with Grevilia robusta (51.66%) followed by Aquilaria malaccensis (39.02%), Pajanelia longifolia (34.39%) and least for Swetania mahagony (19.31%).


Keywords: Black Pepper Standards, Multipurpose Trees
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Venkatesh, L., M. J. Manju, K. L. Kavya and Singh, K. P. 2020. Study on Utility of Different Multipurpose Trees as Black Pepper Standards in Lateritic Soil of Uttara Kannada District of Karnataka.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(12): 2214-2223. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.912.261