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Seed tuber yield, quality and storability of potato varieties with varying nitrogen levels in tarai region of uttarakhand

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Girish Chandra, Udit Kumar, Manoj Raghav and Pankaj Kumar
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

To find out the effect of nitrogen fertilizer on tuber quality and storability of potato varieties, an experiment was conducted for two consecutive years during 2012-13 and 2013-14 at Vegetable Research Center, G.B.P.U.A. & T. Pantnagar. Two potato varieties and five nitrogen levels (0, 75, 150, 225, 300 kg N/ha) were used in the experiment as treatment. It was observed that the dry matter content (%), specific gravity (g/cm3), TSS content (%) and reducing sugar content (mg/100 g) were higher in variety Kufri Surya than Kufri Sadabahar, while the protein content (%) was observed higher in Kufri Sadabahar (V1) than Kufri Surya (V2). The dry matter content was recorded highest (21.00 %) with treatment N1 (75 kg N/ha) while, specific gravity was highest (1.06 g/cm3) with treatment N0 (0 kg N/ha). The TSS content (4.34 %) and Protein content (7.34 %) were maximum with treatment N2 (150 kg N/ha), while reducing sugar content (182.60 mg/100 g dry matter) was highest with treatment N4 (300 kg N/ha). The weight loss and sprouted tubers were recorded higher in Kufri Surya upto 60 days storage, while after 90 days storage, it was higher in Kufri Sadabahar (V1). The number and weight of rotted tubers (6.97 % and 7.83 %, respectively) were recorded higher in Kufri Sadabahar (V1) than Kufri Surya (V2). The storability of potato tubers decreased with the increase in nitrogen level from N0 to N4. Thus, for getting higher seed size tuber yield, variety Kufri Surya with application of 150 kg N/ha is better than all other treatments and it also maintain optimum quality of tuber.

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