Mula, M G and Thakare, D P and Mehtre, S P and Rathore, A and Vemula, A K (2015) Integrated cultural management on the yield and yield traits of pigeonpea hybrids and varieties. Green Farming, 6 (3). pp. 525-528.
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Six pigeonpea genotypes of medium duration hybrids (ICPH 2671, ICPH 2740 and ICPH 3762) and varieties (BDN 711, BSMR 736 and Asha) were evaluated applying different integrated agronomic approaches for the various yield and yield traits of pigeonpea at Vansantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth (VNMKV), Parbhani, Maharashtra in k 2011 and 2012. The findings indicated that among the three treatments, T recorded the highest seed yield of 4378.87 kg/ha as compared to T (3530.71 kg/ha) and T (3151.79 kg/ha). Of the six genotypes, ICPH 3762 produced the highest number of pod clusters (394.6), number of pods (725.91) and seed yield/plant (171.98 g) which translated to total seed yield of 3931.51 kg/ha.The effect of genotype × treatment interaction showed that ICPH 3762 withT recorded higher number of pod clusters (514.07), more pods (830.13) and better yield/plant (198.47 g) which tantamount to higher seed yield of 4566.67 kg/ha. The resultsindicated that following spacing of 75cmx60cm along with fertilizer rate of 50kg N:100P O kg/ha insplitapplication at 50% as basal and 50% at 60 days after sowing including two protective irrigations (at mid-flowering and mid-pod developmentstage)significantly increases total seed yield(kg/ha).
|CRPS:||CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Cultural Management; Hybrids & varieties; Morphological traits; Pigeonpea genotypes; Seed yield|
|Subjects:||Mandate crops > Pigeonpea|
|Depositing User:||Mr Ramesh K|
|Date Deposited:||09 Jun 2015 09:10|
|Last Modified:||10 Jun 2015 07:54|
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