alexa Studies on performance of organic farming and chemical farming in rainy season rice.
Environmental Sciences

Environmental Sciences

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography

Author(s): Upendra Rao A, Murthy KMD, Sridhar TV, Krishnam Raju S, Adi Lakshmi D

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Field experiments conducted consecutively for four years during kharif 2007 to 2010 on Godavari alluvial soils with five exclusive organic farming practices, one integrated nutrient management practice (INM) and 100percent recommended dose of fertilizer (RDF) with an objective to study the performance of organic farming practices in comparison with INM and RDF. The four years pooled results revealed that, application of 100% recommended NPK along with Zn so4 @50 kgha-1 resulted the higher tillers, yield attributes, root growth ,grain yield, returns, and more sustainability in yields over exclusive organic farming practices and found at par to integrated nutrient management practice .

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This article was published in INternational Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences and referenced in Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography

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