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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2018.7(9): 1728-1736
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.709.209


To Find Out the Suitable Time of Transplanting of Different Varieties of Basmati Rice with Respect to Yield
Nitin Maurya, O.P. Singh, S.N. Singh, D.K. Tripati and Amit Kumar
Department of Crop Physiology C S Azad University of Agriculture and Technology Kanpur-208002, India
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Abstract:

The field experiment was conducted at Student’s Instructional Farm, of Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur (U.P.), during two kharif season i.e., 2016 and 2017. The designed in split-plot design with three replication. The three dates of transplanting with., first date of transplanting (03st July)D1, yield decreasing reduced second date of transplanting (16st July) D2,and third transplanting (30st July) D3 conditions were allocated in the main plots and four basmati rice varieties PB-1 (V1), PB-1509 (V2), PB-6 (V3), and PB-1121 (V4), in sub plot.. The significantly maximum mean value of first transplanting times to number of tiller found in the timely first transplanting date (03st July) D1 i.e., 10.27 and 11.16 tiller hill-1 at 30 DAT, 11.86 and 12.94 tiller hill-1 at 60 DAT, 11.63 and 12.62 tiller hill-1 at 90 DAT, 11.05 and 11.93 tiller hill-1 at harvesting stage (DAT), while minimum in third transplanting date (30st July) D3 with 9.11 and 10.26 tiller hill-1 at 30 DAT, 10.35 and 11.33 tiller hill-1 at 60 DAT, 10.23 and 11.86 tiller hill-1at 90 DAT, 9.61 and 10.53 tiller hill-1 at harvesting stage of concerning years respectively. Observed The mean value of varieties recorded significantly higher to number of tiller hill-1 with variety, (PB-1509) V2 (10.25 and 11.27 at 30 DAT, 12.62 and 13.17 at 60 DAT, 12.40 and 13.07 at 90 DAT, 11.60 and 12.62 tiller hill-1 at harvesting DAT). Next to this were, variety, (PB-1121) V4 (9.82 and 11.03; 11.49 and 12.55; 11.66 and 11.20; 10.80 and 11.37tiller hill-1), variety, (PB-1) V1 (9.66 and 10.29; 10.36 and 11.69; 9.97 and 11.02; 9.59 and 10.71 tiller hill-1) and lower in (PB-6) V3 (9.27 and 10.12; 9.79 and 11.01; 9.63 and 10.99; 9.21 and 10.24 tiller hill-1 in year 2016 and 2017, respectively.


Keywords: The field experiment was conducted at Student’s Instructional Farm, of Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur (U.P.), during two kharif season i.e., 2016 and 2017. The designed in split-plot design with three replicati
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Nitin Maurya, O.P. Singh, S.N. Singh, D.K. Tripati and Amit Kumar. 2018. To Find Out the Suitable Time of Transplanting of Different Varieties of Basmati Rice with Respect to Yield.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 7(9): 1728-1736. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.709.209