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Jain R.C.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya | Agrawal D.,Krishi Vigyan Kendra | Gupta O.P.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya
Plant Archives | Year: 2013

Physical and organoleptic qualities of flours of LF and DLF and blends with BGF and resultant sev were evaluated. Water uptake by DLF was found exceptionally high and so was the case with blends based on it. Oil uptake during frying and the yield of the sev was high from raw and detoxified lathyrus flour and blends based on these flours with BGF. Similarly, the frying time, diameter and expansion ratio were significantly higher in the sev from pure flours and blends based on raw and detoxified lathyrus flour. All sensory attributes like appearance, colour, texture, taste, flavor including acceptability of sev from DLF were found to be lower and could frying product with high nutritional quality. Source


Ahirwar S.K.,Krishi Vigyan Kendra | Devi A.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya | Agrawal K.K.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya
Plant Archives | Year: 2014

Field experiment was conducted during rabi season 2005-2006 under Kymore Plateau region of Madhya Pradesh to study the "Effect of Planting time and fertility level on growth and yield of Isabgol [Plantago ovata (Forsk)]" by using with 12th treatment combination with 3 date of sowing (November 24, December 4, December 14) as main plot and 4 fertility levels (Cantrol, 25:12.5:15, N:P:K kg/ha. 50:25:30 N:P:K and 75:37. 5:45 Kg N:P:K kg/ha. as sub plot treatments with 4 replications. Resulted that date of sowing significantly influenced the number of leaves and Leaf Area Index of Isabgol while number of tillers/plant and spikes/plant reduced with delayed sowing. The application of nutrient at higher level also resulted into the early initiation of panicles, flowers and fruiting and caused early physiological maturity. Higher seed yield was recorded with early sowing date (24, November) with the application of 50:25:30 NPK. Source


Gangwar S.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya | Dubey M.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya
Legume Research | Year: 2012

The influence of recommended dose of fertilizer along with Rhizobium inoculation and application of micronutrients like molybdenum and iron has affected the yield of chickpea. Different combinations were made out of which the best combination of RDF with 1 g ammonium molybdate + Rhizobium + PSB, RDF with 2 g ammonium molybdate +1 g FeSO4 + Rhizobium and PSB recorded the highest nodules/plant(33), pods/plant(30.12) and seed yield(5.52g/plant). These combinations also improved the uptake of N and P by the crop and estimated to give the highest seed yield and harvest index as compared to all other treatment combinations. Thus, the T 4 combination of RDF+1.0 kg ammonium molybdate/ha as soil application + Rhizobium + PSB also increased the protein content in the chickpea seed which will influence its qualitative character. Source


Gangwar S.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya | Dubey M.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya
Plant Archives | Year: 2013

Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] is an important leguminous crop grown to augment protein and oil supply. The global soybean production in 2011 stood at 251.5mt, as per USDA report. It is an important crop of the central India. India has witnessed a bumper soybean output in year 2010-11 at 125 lakh tonnes. Being a leguminous crop, it is expected to improve soil fertility especially nitrogen status of soil, as it is able to fix atmospheric N. The treatment (consist of different genotypes of soybean) details are as T1- JS-93-05, T 2- NRC -37, T3- JS -97-52, T4- NRC- 7, T 5- JS-98-63, T6- JS -95-60, T7- JS 335. The result recorded on number of plant height, branches plant-1, leaf plant-1, nodules plant-1, seed pod-1, seed yield plant-1 and chemical analysis of N, P, K content in seed and straw of soybean revealed that the JS-335 genotype perform best. Therefore, we can suggest that the yield of various cultivars have their own adaptability to perform in the particular environment so it is specific to recommend the variety of soybean JS-335, which can perform better and give good yield of soybean. Source


Rawat A.K.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya | Rao D.L.N.,Indian Institute of Science | Sahu R.K.,Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya
Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science | Year: 2013

A long-term field experiment was conducted for 8 years on a Vertisol in central India to assess quantitatively the direct and residual N effects of soybean inoculation with Bradyrhizobium and wheat inoculation with Azotobacter in a soybean-wheat rotation. After cultivation of soybean each year, its aerial residues were removed before growing wheat in the same plots using four N levels (120, 90, 60 and 30 kg ha-1) and Azotobacter inoculation. Inoculation of soybean increased grain yield by 10.1% (180 kg ha-1), but the increase in wheat yields with inoculation was only marginal (5.6%; 278 kg ha-1). There was always a positive balance of soil N after soybean harvest; an average of +28 kg N ha-1 yr-1 in control (nodulated by native rhizobia) plots compared with +41 kg N ha-1 yr-1 in Rhizobium-inoculated plots. Residual and direct effects of Rhizobium and Azotobacter inoculants caused a fertilizer N credit of 30 kg ha-1 in wheat. Application of fertilizers or microbial inoculation favoured the proliferation of rhizobia in crop rhizosphere due to better plant growth. Additional N uptake by inoculation was 14.9 kg N ha-1 by soybean and 20.9 kg N ha-1 by wheat crop, and a gain of +38.0 kg N ha-1 yr-1 to the 0-15 cm soil layer was measured after harvest of wheat. So, total N contribution to crops and soil due to the inoculants was 73.8 kg N ha-1 yr-1 after one soybean-wheat rotation. There was a total N benefit of 13.8 kg N ha-1 yr-1 to the soil due to regular long-term use of microbial inoculants in soybean-wheat rotation. © 2013 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Source

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