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Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Biosciences (IJPAB)
Year : 2020, Volume : 8, Issue : 6
First page : (218) Last page : (221)
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Response of Nutrients Combination on Flowers Yield of Bela in Catchments area of River Ganga

Amar Singh1, R.A. Singh2*, V.K. Kanaujia1, I.P. Singh3 and Dharamendra Yadav2
1K.V.K. Anog, Kannauj (U.P.), India
2C.S. Azad University of Agriculture of Technology, Kanpur (U.P.) India
3K.V.K. Auraiya (U.P.), India
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Received: 5.10.2020 | Revised: 9.11.2020 | Accepted: 14.11.2020 


The field study was conducted during 2015-16 to 2017-18 on farmers fields of Mahmoodpur Pad and Saleempur Bagia villages of Kannauj block in district Kannauj. The pilot area is situated in the catchments of river Ganga. The soil of pilot project was sandy loam, having pH 8.0, organic carbon 0.26%, total nitrogen 0.02%, available P2O5 10.00 kg/ha and available K2O 273 kg/ha, therefore, the nutrients status of soil was low. The application of 100 g N + 150 g P2O5 + 100 g K2O + 25 g Mg + 3 g boron + 6 g ZnSO4/ plant gave highest flower yield by 93.75 q/ha, while farmers practice of  nutrient application gave lowest flower yield of 63.00 q/ha. The highest gross income, net income and BCR were computed by Rs 843750/ha, Rs 583754/ha and 1:3.30, respectively, under 100 g N + 150 g P2O5 + 100 g K2O + 25 g Mg + 3 g boron + 6 g ZnSO4 treatment. The lowest gross income (Rs 567000/ha), net income (Rs 380975/ ha) and BCR (1:3.00) were recorded under farmers practice. The growth and yield attributes were concordance to yield.

Keywords: BCR, Catchment area, Economic yield, Pilot area, Poor nutrients status.

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Cite this article: Singh, A., Singh, R. A., Kanaujia, V. K., Singh, I. P., & Yadav, D. (2020). Response of nutrients combination on flowers yield of Bela in catchments area of river Ganga, Ind. J. Pure App. Biosci. 8(6), 218-221. doi: