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Effect of tillage and nutrient management on seed cotton yield and available micronutrients

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Wagh, N. S., Katkarand, R. N. and Kharche, V. K.
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The field experiment was conducted to study the “Effect of Integrated Nutrient Management on Soil Quality and Cotton Productivity under Different Tillage Practices in Vertisol” at the Research farm, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Dr.PanjabraoDeshmukhKrishiVidyapeeth, Akola.The treatments thus involved two main treatments and eight sub treatments. The experiment main plot comprises of two treatments i.e. conservation tillage (CNS) and (CNV). The seed cotton yield was slightly higher under conservation tillage as compared to conventional tillage Highest seed cotton yield was recorded in the treatment receiving 100 % RDF (60:30:30 NPK kg ha-1(15.57 q ha-1) followed by 50% RDF + 50% N (FYM) (14.84 q ha-1).The higher available zinc (0.44 mg kg-1) and iron (6.70 mg kg-1) were recorded under conservation tillage as compared to conventional tillage (0.43 mg kg-1) and (6.65 mg kg-1) in conventional tillage. The highest available zinc and iron (0.46 mg kg-1) (6.92 mg kg-1) in 50 % RDF + 50 % N (FYM) while lowest (0.39 mg kg-1) (5.94 mg kg-1) in 100 % RDF (60:30:30 NPK kg ha-1) respectively.The available manganese (8.87 mg kg-1) in CNS and (8.83 mg kg-1) in CNV, copper (1.96 mg kg-1) in CNS and (1.85 mg kg-1) in CNV.The highest available manganese ranged from (9.11 mg kg-1) in 50 % RDF + 50 % N (FYM) and lowest (8.34 mg kg-1) in 100 % RDF (60:30:30 NPK kg ha-1). The highest available copper ranged from (2.15 mg kg-1) in 50 % RDF + 50 % N (FYM) and lowest (1.48 mg kg-1) in 100 % RDF (60:30:30 NPK kg ha-1).The highest available boron was recorded in 50 % RDF + 50 % N (FYM) (0.47 mg kg-1) followed by 100 % RDF (60:30:30 NPK kg ha-1, 0.36 mg kg-1).

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