2023, Vol. 8, Special Issue 5, Part C
Effect of fertility levels and weed control methods on growth parameter of Barley in Bundelkhand Region Uttar Pradesh (Hordeum vulgare L.)Author(s):
Dharmendra Singh, Rajesh Kumar and Shibya GokhaleAbstract:
At Brahmanand Post Graduate College's research farm in Rath (Hamirpur), Uttar Pradesh, during the Rabi season of 2018–2019, an investigation done "Under the Condition of the Bundelkhand Region in U.P." was undertaken. The variables involved in this study were four methods of weed control, i.e., W0 (control), W1 (mechanical method), W2 (2,4-D @ 625 g/ha at 30 DAS), and W3 (Sulfosulfuron 75WG 33 g/ha) with four levels of fertilizers, viz., F0 (00.00.00 NPK kg/ha), F1 (40:20:20 NPK kg/ha), F2 (60:30:30 NPK kg/ha), and F3 (80:40:40 NPK kg/ha). The above treatments were treated in all possible combinations; hence, there were sixteen treatment combinations arranged in a randomized block design with three replications. The soil of the experimental site was "PARWA" (silty loam), having a soil pH of 7.3, being low in available nitrogen and organic carbon, medium in available phosphorus, and medium in available potassium. The treatment effect on the growth and yield of the crop were determined, and the important findings of the investigation are. The level of fertility, F3 (80:40:40 NPK kg/ha), was found to be non-significant, except for functional leaves per plant and fresh weight (gm) at all the growth stages (30, 60, 90 at harvest) of the crop. The weed control method W3 (Sulfosulfuron) was found to produce the highest value of plant height (cm), number of functional leaves per plant, fresh weight (gm) per plant.Pages: 160-165 | Views: 27 | Downloads: 5Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dharmendra Singh, Rajesh Kumar, Shibya Gokhale. Effect of fertility levels and weed control methods on growth parameter of Barley in Bundelkhand Region Uttar Pradesh (Hordeum vulgare L.). Int J Stat Appl Math 2023;8(5S):160-165.