alexa Abstract | Effect of INM Practice on Plant Growth, Fruit Yield and Yield Attributes In Chilli (Capsicum Annuum L.)

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A field experiment was conducted on “Effect of INM practices on plant growth, fruit yield and yield attributes in chilli”. To study the effect of Organic matter, Bio-fertilizers in combination of phytohormones on Growth and yield in chili during Kharif 2010-12 season at student farm of department of vegetable science of college of agriculture (CSAUA and T Kanpur). Application of organic matter @ 25t FYM/ha along with RDF (100:50:50kg NPK/ha) recorded higher plant height (70.6, 86.6, 99.0, 99.7cm. in Azad mirch-1 and 66.8, 72.8, 85.0, 85.9 cm in Chanchal variety) at 60, 90, 120 Days and at harvesting. Similar trend was also noticed in days to 50% Flowering with the application of FYM @ 25t/ha and RDF. The application of FYM @ 25t/ha along with RDF recorded higher no. of fruit (97 and 53/plant) fruit length (7.20 and 3.22cm.), Fruit diameter (2.70 and 2.99), seed weight (0.376 and 0.153g/fruit), pericarp weight (0.270 and 0.222g/Fruit) over control. The fruit yield were also recorded significantly higher (201.99 and 145.32) g/plant in Azad mirch-1 and Chanchal respectively over control.

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Author(s): Vikash Kumar,CP Sachan, Senjam Jinus Singh and Anjan Kumar Sinha*


Integrated Nutrient Management (INM), Chilli, Bio-fertilizers, Plant Sciences, Bio-fertilizers, Plant growth.

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