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Effect of organic and inorganic fertilizers on hybrid rice

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Dinesh Pandey, Devendra, K. Payasi and Narendra Pandey
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The experiment was carried out during kharif 2002 and 2003 at research farm, Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur, Chhattisgarh India. Experiment was comprised of different levels of inorganic fertilizer and its conjunction with different organic fertilizers. In all 12 treatments, comprising of different N, P and K levels and its conjunction with organic fertilizers were laid out in randomized complete block design replicated thrice. Yield and yield attributing characters was significantly increased with increasing fertilizer levels from 50:30:20 kg, NPK ha-1 to 150:80:60 kg, NPK ha-1 during both the year of experiment. Seed yield and yield attributes were significant among different treatments. Application of 100:60:40 kg NPK ha-1 + blending of N with cow-dung urine (T9) or poultry manure (T10) resulted higher effective tillers, panicle length, and test weight which is statistically at par to that of inorganic level 150:80:60 kg NPK ha-1 (T1). Almost similar trend was noticed when said organic fertilizer was combined with lower level of inorganic fertilizer (50:30:20 kg NPK ha-1), which tended to produced above yield components comparable to that of inorganic fertilizer level of 100:60:40 kg NPK ha-1. Nutrient uptake by seed was higher if inorganic fertilizer were used with combination with organic fertilizer. Uptake of NPK kg/ha was maximum under in-organic level of 150:80:60 kg NPK/ha and was followed by inorganic level of 100:60:40 kg, NPK/ha along with organic sources i.e. blending of N with cow dung uren (T9), poultry manure (T10) or slow release nitrogen (T12).Thus it was concluded that use of inorganic fertilizer with different organic fertilizers sources are better for sustaining growth, yield and nutrient uptake by hybrid rice.

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