Growth, Yield and Economics of Rice (Oryza sativa L.) As Influenced by Different Establishment Methods and Nutrient Management Practices

The field research was completed activity at the Zonal Agricultural Research Station, Vishwesharaiah Canal Farm, Mandya, all the while the 2018 kharif season. The experiment was created as a split plot accompanying three replications. In the main plots, the treatments contained wheeled vehicle for hauling-dry, beat plant, and transplanting patterns of institution, in addition to five nutrient administration practises in the subplots. Rice result can have raised in current decades on account of the approval of high-flexible cultivars, the use of synthetic fertilisers, and the growth of irrigated land. When equating various demonstrating processes, statistical study told that progress and yield limits containing LAI at 60 DAS, plant climax, dry matter result at harvest, panicles m-2, panicle weight, test burden, seed, and hay yields noticed were corresponding. Furthermore, when distinguished to the additional nutrient administration practises, the request of 150% RDIF developed in considerably bigger tumor and yield limits. Moreover, semi-dry and beat plant of edible grain created a greater B:C percentage (2.15) than transplanting edible grain (2.10). Likewise, 150% RDIF had a higher B:C percentage (2.37), but it was approximately understood by 100% RDIF (2.22).

Author(s) Details:

K. Poojitha,
Department of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, GKVK, UAS Bangalore, India.

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Keywords: Drum seeding, LCC, methods of establishment, nutrient management, rice, semi dry rice, transplanting

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