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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2018.7(2): 2243-2246
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.702.270


Integration of Biofertilizers to Chemical Fertilizer for Yield Optimization in Niger
B.S. Solanki1, G.K. Rai1, V.N. Tiwari1, M.R. Deshmukh1 and Bhupendra Thakre2*
1All India Coordinated Research Project on Niger, JNKVV, Zonal Agricultural Research Station, Chhindwara 480001, India
2Technology Mission on citrus, JNKVV, Zonal Agricultural Research Station, Chhindwara 480001, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The data on the trial on targeted yield maximization are presented on seed yield, NMR and B:C ratio in Table 3.5.3 It is clear from the data that the maximum seed yield of 756 kg/ha recorded in T12 (100% RDF + FYM + Vermicompost + oil cake (30:30:30 % N respectively) + Azotobactor + PSB) was at par to 735kg/ha in T11 (100% RDF + 100 % N through FYM (34%) + Vermicompost (33%) + oil cake (33%)]. The seed yield 648 kg/ha was significantly less than earlier treatment than T6 (100% RDF + 50 % N through FYM). The minimum seed yield of 544 kg/ha in T1 (100% RDF), was followed by 558 kg/ha in T4 (100% RDF + PSB + Azotobactor and 772 kg /ha in T2 (125% RDF). The maximum NMR of Rs 12397 /ha in T5 (150 % RDF + PSB + Azotobactor) was followed and at par to Rs 12311/ha in T12 and Rs 11846/ha in T7 (100% RDF + 50% N Through Vermicompost) with the minimum Rs 7648/ha in T8 (100% RDF + 50% N Through oil cake) and Rs 8870/ha in T9 (100%RDF + 50% N through [FYM(17%) + Vermicompost (17%) + Oil cake (16%)]. The maximum B: C ratio of 1.80 noted in T4 was at par to 1.74 in T2 T4 and T7. The minimum B: C Ratio of 1.38 was noted in T8 and 1.45 in T10 (100% RDF + 75% N through FYM (25%) + Vermicompost (25%) + Oil cake (25%).


Keywords: Biofertilizers, Chemical fertilizer, Yield optimization, Niger
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Solanki, B.S., G.K. Rai, V.N. Tiwari, M.R. Deshmukh and Bhupendra Thakre. 2018. Integration of Biofertilizers to Chemical Fertilizer for Yield Optimization in Niger.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 7(2): 2243-2246. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.702.270