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Intercropping of dwarf field pea (pisum sativum) and indian mustard (brassica juncea) for dry land area of Uttar Pradesh

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Singh, R.A., Singh, I.P., Amar Singh, Sharma, V. K., Chaudhary, V.R. and Dharmendra Yadav
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The field experiment was laid out during two consecutive years under Operational Research Project for Resources Development on Watershed Basis, Randher, Jalaun district of Bundelkhand (U.P.). The main objective was to find out the suitable cultivar of filed pea for intercropping with Indian mustard for better yield and net return. The experimental area is situated in the catchments of Pahuj river. The soil of pilot project was clay loam locally known as Kawar, having low organic carbon, total nitrogen available P2O5 and high available K2O. Two spreading nature cultivars of field pea i.e., T 163 and Rachana and one dwarf field pea cv. Aparna (H.F.P. 4) were tested in intercropping of Indian mustard cv. Varuna. Under sole cropping cultivar Aparna gave highest yield of 29.90q/ha. The cv. T 163 produced 24.10q /ha grains. The improved cultivar Rachana yieded 26.00 q/ha kernels. In intercropping the varietal performance was Aparna (26.40 q/ha)>Rachana (23.10 q/ha)> T163 (21.50q/ha). The highest yield of intercrop Indian mustard was reaped by 6.05 q/ha from Aparna+Indian mustard cropping system, while other both cropping systems gave poor yield. Intercropping of Aparna+Indian mustard gave highest yield advantage (14%), maximum system productivity. (35.47q/ha) and higher system net profitability (Rs 66820/ha) in comparison to other two cropping systems.

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