EVALUATION OF POST EMERGENCE HERBICIDES ON GROWTH PARAMETERS OF FINGER MILLET - TRƯỜNG ĐẠI HỌC Y KHOA VINH

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Evaluation of post emergence herbicides on growth parameters of finger millet

Evaluation of post emergence herbicides on growth parameters of finger millet

The production and productivity of finger millet in the country is lower because of weeds pose one of the major constraints there were thirteen treatments which comprised single application of different post-emergence herbicides either alone or in combination and hand weeding was conducted on Clayey Vertisols soil of College of Agriculture, Raipur during kharif season of 2012. There was no phytotoxicity in finger millet with application of ethoxysulfuron and metsulfuron methyl + chlorimuron ethyl alone. Significant level of mortality was recorded with application of fenoxaprop-p-ethyl and cyhalofop- butyl alone or in combination with other herbicides.
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Residual effect of fly ash, farm yard manure and fertilizers applied to groundnut on growth parameters, nutrient uptake, yield of sesame and post-harvest soil available fertility

Residual effect of fly ash, farm yard manure and fertilizers applied to groundnut on growth parameters, nutrient uptake, yield of sesame and post-harvest soil available fertility

Field experiments were conducted during 2010-12 at Regional Research Station, Virudhachalam to find out the residual effect of fly ash, farm yard manure and fertilizers applied to groundnut on growth parameters, nutrient uptake, yield of sesame and post-harvest soil available nutrients. The Neyveli Lignite Corporation fly ash contained higher amount of Ca, Mg, S and Si, moderate amount of P, K and B. Application of fly ash @ 40 t/ha significantly increased growth parameters, yield attributes, seed yield and harvest index of sesame.

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Effect of different salinities levels on growth and survival of Indian white shrimp (Fenneropenaeus indicus)

Effect of different salinities levels on growth and survival of Indian white shrimp (Fenneropenaeus indicus)

The present experiment evaluated the effect of different levels of salinities on growth and survival of post larvae (PL) of Fenneropenaeus indicus, commonly known as Indian white shrimp. PL was stocked at six different salinities levels i.e., 15, 20, 25, 30 35 and 40 ppt (T1, T2, T3 T4, T5 and T6, respectively) and reared for a period of 60 days. Water quality parameters and growth performance parameters of different treatments were compared during the experiment.

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Manipulation of source-sink relationship in pearl millet through growth retardants

Manipulation of source-sink relationship in pearl millet through growth retardants

The present study was carried out to understand the effect of foliar spray of plant growth retardant substances on different growth parameter of pearl millet under rainfed condition. Results indicated that foliar spray of plant growth retardants at tillering and post-anthesis stage influenced growth and yield attributing traits viz., grain yield, ear head weight, total dry matter, threshing index, harvest index, test weight, number of effective tillers were significantly higher or it was statistically at par with treatment of chloromequet chloride @ 250 ppm when compare to other treatments.

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Studies of genetic parameters for yield and yield attributing traits of Kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum L.)

Studies of genetic parameters for yield and yield attributing traits of Kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum L.)

The present study on “Studies of genetic parameters for yield and yield attributing traits of kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum L.)” was carried out at Instructional cum Research Farm of S.G. College of Agriculture and Research Station Kumhrawand, Jagdalpur, Chhattisgarh. Thirty three kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum L.) genotypes were evaluated to measure genetic parameters i.e. genetic variability, heritability, genetic advance as percent of mean for nine quantitative traits.

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Nutritional composition of raw, malted and Popped finger millet (Eleusine coracana) varieties

Nutritional composition of raw, malted and Popped finger millet (Eleusine coracana) varieties

Finger millet commonly known as Ragi is a rich source of several nutrients. An investigation was undertaken to study the nutritional composition of raw, malted and popped finger millet varieties. Five varieties of finger millet namely GPU 66, GPU 67, GPU 71, MR 6 and PR 202 were investigated for their nutritional contents before and after processing such as malting and popping. The nutrients analysed for raw, malted and popped finger millet varieties were moisture, protein, fat, crude fibre, ash and total dietary fiber. Carbohydrate and energy values were computed. Protein content of raw finger millet varieties ranged from 6.25 to 11.87 g/100g. Malt flour crude fibre ranged from 2.35 to 3.10 g/100g and that in popped flour from 2.00 to 2.45g/100g.GPU 66 and GPU 67 were found to be nutritionally better compared to other varieties both in raw and processed forms.
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EFFECT OF AGRI-HORTI SYSTEMS AND WEED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF FINGER MILLET (ELEUSINE CORACANA L.)

EFFECT OF AGRI-HORTI SYSTEMS AND WEED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF FINGER MILLET (ELEUSINE CORACANA L.)

Afield experiment was conducted during the kharif (rainy) season of 2018 at Agricultural Research Farm, Banaras Hindu University-South Campusin Eastern Uttar Pradesh of district Mirzapur in split plot design replicated thrice.

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Yield and economics of finger millet with different legumes in Koshi Region of Bihar, India

Yield and economics of finger millet with different legumes in Koshi Region of Bihar, India

A field experiment was conducted during the Kharif season of 2019 at Agronomy Instructional Farm, Mandan Bharti Agriculture College, Saharsa, Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour, Bhagalpur, Bihar to evaluate the best finger millet based inter cropping with different legumes. Based on the results, it was concluded that intercropping of finger millet with black gram at 4:2 pair row ratio was distinctly superior among all intercropping system found most profitable by realizing the highest net return.

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS 5TH BY SPENCE NILES AND BOWLSBEY CHAPTER 09

CAREER DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS 5TH BY SPENCE NILES AND BOWLSBEY CHAPTER 09

TRANG 14 METHODS OF EVALUATION METHODS OF EVALUATION • _QUESTIONNAIRE_ • _EXIT INTERVIEW_ • _PRE-POST QUESTIONNAIRE OR TEST_ TRANG 15 WHY EVALUATION IS IMPORTANT WHY EVALUATION IS IMPORT[r]

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Effect of moisture and machine parameters on de-husking efficiency of Kodo millet

Effect of moisture and machine parameters on de-husking efficiency of Kodo millet

Studies on engineering properties of variety JK 41 Kodo (Paspalum scrobiculatum L.) was conduct at 12 and 14 % moisture content wet basis (w.b). The average length, width, thickness, size and sphericity of Kodo millet at 12% moisture content (w.b) were 2.69 mm, 2.02 mm, 1.31 mm, 1.92 mm and 71.68 % respectively. However, the average values of length, width, thickness, size and sphericity of Kodo millet at 14% moisture content (w.b) were 2.80 mm, 2.39 mm, 1.39 mm, 2.09 mm, and 74.76% respectively. It was observed that the bulk density of Kodo millet decreased with increase in moisture content. The average value of bulk density of Kodo millet at 12% and 14% moisture content were 957.23 and 954.81 kg/m3 , respectively (Balasubramanian and Vishwanathan, 2010) also observed that the bulk density of millets decreased linearly with increment the moisture content. The average value of angle of repose for the Kodo millet increased from 26.23⁰ to 26.50⁰ with increment in moisture content (w.b.) from 12% and 14% (Sirsat and Patel, 2008; Balasubramanian and Vishwanathan, 2010) also observed the increment in angle of repose of Kodo millet with increment in moisture content. The Kodo millet de-husker composed of three basic units i.e. feeding unit, de-husking unit and discharge unit. The maximum de-husking efficiency of 75.29% and 72.51% for pretreated Kodo millet at 14% moisture content (w.b.) with 1.5 mm and 2.00 mm clearance between the abrasive surfaces, was obtained at 380 rpm respectively at the feed rate of 12 kg/hr. Cost of dehusking per kilogram of Kodo millet was Rs. 5.60.
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Response of growth, yield and quality parameters of foxtail millet genotypes to different planting density

Response of growth, yield and quality parameters of foxtail millet genotypes to different planting density

A field trial was conducted to standardize row spacing and suitable genotype of foxtail millet to Southern Transition Zone of Karnataka at College of Agriculture, Shivamogga. Three foxtail millet genotypes viz., Local, HMT-1 and SIA 2644 were grown at four different spacing viz., 30 cm x 10 cm, 20 cm x 10 cm, 20 cm x 5 cm and10 cm x 5 cm. Experiment was laid out in factorial Randomized complete block design with three replications. The pooled results of the experiment shows that Among the different spacing, plants grown at 20 cm x 10 cm recorded significantly higher plant height (100.50 cm), number of leaves (35.14), number of tillers hill-1 (14.43), number of productive tillers hill-1 (12.19), test weight (3.48 g), panicle length (16.26 cm), panicle weight (4.38 g) and grain yield (2227 kg ha-1 ), straw yield (4349 kg ha-1 ) and quality parameters viz., Protein (10.08 %) and fibre (6.33 %), as compared to other planting density. Among the genotypes, SIA 2644 recorded significantly higher growth parameters viz., plant height (86.90 cm), number of leaves (30.64), number of tillers hill-1 (11.55), number of productive tillers hill-1 (9.76), test weight (3.26 g), panicle length (14.29 cm), panicle weight (3.79 g) and grain yield (1941 kg ha-1 ), straw yield (3919 kg ha-1 ) and quality parameters viz., Protein (10.08 %) and fibre (6.33 %), as compared to other genotypes. The combined effect of 20 cm x 10 cm + SIA 2644 was recorded significantly higher growth, yield and quality parameters as compared to other treatments.
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Growth and yield of finger millet (Eleusine coracana L. Gaertn.) as influenced by intercropping with pulses

Growth and yield of finger millet (Eleusine coracana L. Gaertn.) as influenced by intercropping with pulses

A study was conducted at Integrated Farming System Research Station, Karamana, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, to assess the effect of intercropping in finger millet and to assess the effect of AMF on the growth and yield of finger millet.

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Báo cáo lâm nghiệp: "The influence of irradiation on the behaviour and reproduction success of eight toothed bark beetle Ips typographus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)" doc

BÁO CÁO LÂM NGHIỆP THE INFLUENCE OF IRRADIATION ON THE BEHAVIOUR AND REPRODUCTION SUCCESS OF EIGHT TOOTHED BARK BEETLE IPS TYPOGRAPHUS COLEOPTERA SCOLYTIDAE DOC

The sandwich experiments were established in the laboratory using males and females obtained via the procedure described above. The nine pieces of bark, each 20 × 20 cm in size, were prepared from the tree felled two weeks prior to the start of the experiments. Nine “sandwich” segments were pre- pared as shown in Fig. 2. The sandwich consisted of the lower glass, bark and upper glass (glass 30 × 30 cm in size). The bark and upper and lower glass were separated by plastic pieces (6–7 mm wide). To eliminate high humidity inside the sandwich, an opening was made on one of the sides of each sand- wich. The opening was covered by a tissue which prevented beetles from escaping and which also al- lowed airing the space (Fig. 3). In spite of this, con- densed water accumulated on the glass. We dried it using cotton wool on sticks via a temporary open- ing. With these measures, it was possible to keep fungi under control throughout the experiment.
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Pre and post emergence cotton herbicides in varying rainfall patterns

Pre and post emergence cotton herbicides in varying rainfall patterns

A field experiment was conducted in vertisols in varying rainfall patterns during 2013, 2014 seasons at ICAR-Central Institute for Cotton Research farm, Nagpur. The main objective of this study was to advice the farmers in varying rainfall patterns on reduce their weed management cost through early post emergence graminicides. Farmers should carefully follow weather CICR weather advisory on cotton cultivation a weekly web bulletin. In a year of weak monsoon farmers should go for direct sowing of cotton whenever 60 mm rainfall is received without any pre emergence residual herbicide application as it does not work in desiccating weather conditions under seedling droughts.
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OPTIMUM LAI FOR YIELD MAXIMISATION OF FINGER MILLET UNDER IRRIGATED CONDITIONS

OPTIMUM LAI FOR YIELD MAXIMISATION OF FINGER MILLET UNDER IRRIGATED CONDITIONS

Field experiment was conducted during summer, 2018 to determine the influence of LAI on yield maximisation in finger millet genotypes by varying plant densities. Maximum grain yield was obtained at the plant density of 44.4 to 66.6 hills m-2 but above or below. The source size (LAI) and source activity (photosynthetic rate) were not the limitations for yield maximisation under optimal irrigation and; LAI of 6.5 to 7.0 was optimum for maximum finger millet yield especially in variety, GPU-28.

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Response of sweet corn hybrid to establishment methods and weed management practices under temperate conditions

Response of sweet corn hybrid to establishment methods and weed management practices under temperate conditions

A field experiment on “Response of Sweet corn hybrid to establishment methods and weed management practices under temperate conditions” was conducted at research farm of Faculty of Agriculture (SKUAST-K) kharif during 2017. The treatments comprised of three establishment methods (Transplanting polypot (TP),Transplanting nursery (TN) and Direct Seeding (DS) and six weed management practices (Atrazine @ 1.5 kg a.i. ha-1 as pre emergence + hand weeding and intercultivation at 30 days after sowing (W1), Pendimethalin @ 1.0kg a.i. ha-1 as pre emergence + hand weeding and intercultivation at 30 days after sowing DAS (W2), Pendimethalin @ 1.0 kg a.i. ha-1 pre emergence + Sulfosulfuran 60 g a.i. ha-1 as post emergence at 30 DAS (W3), Atrazine @ 1.5 kg a.i. ha-1 as pre emergence +Tumbotrione 120 g a.i. ha-1 as post emergence at 30 DAS (W4), Weed free (W5), Weedy check(W6) laid out in RCBD with three replications. Sweet corn variety Sugar-75 of Syngenta was used as the test variety. The seedling parameters were significantly superior in transplanting polyplot sown in green house. All the growth parameters (viz. plant height, dry matter production, leaf area index), days to tasseling, days to silking and yield parameters viz. number of cobs plant-1, number of grains cob-1 , green cob yield and stover yield and harvest index) were observed to be significantly higher in transplanting polyplot.
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IMPACT OF BIO-FERTILIZER ON GROWTH PARAMETERS AND YIELD OF POTATO

IMPACT OF BIO-FERTILIZER ON GROWTH PARAMETERS AND YIELD OF POTATO

Application of different bio-fertilizers alone or in combination with others as seed, soil and foliar spray revealed that the bio-fertilizers have stimulatory effect on germination, sprouting behaviour and growth parameter of potato.

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ELUCIDATING THE PHYSIO-MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES TOWARDS PEG-INDUCED DROUGHT STRESS IN FINGER MILLET GENOTYPES

ELUCIDATING THE PHYSIO-MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES TOWARDS PEG-INDUCED DROUGHT STRESS IN FINGER MILLET GENOTYPES

Drought stress is a key restraint to crop productivity worldwide, specifically in arid and semi-arid regions. It can lead to physiological and biochemical changes ultimately leading to oxidative burst. Finger millet, often considered an orphan crop, is known to be drought tolerant and a rich source of calcium. In the present work, responses of four finger millet varieties, at seedling stage, to PEG-induced moderate and extreme water stress have been documented. Physiological and biochemical aspects were studied based on which the finger millet varieties were designated as drought tolerant and sensitive.
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THE EFFECT OF SEED PRIMING WITH PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA (PGPR) ON GROWTH OF CORIANDER (CORIANDRUM SATIVUM L.) SEEDLING

THE EFFECT OF SEED PRIMING WITH PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA (PGPR) ON GROWTH OF CORIANDER (CORIANDRUM SATIVUM L.) SEEDLING

Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) are a wide range of root colonizing bacteria with the capacity to enhance plant growth by increasing seed emergence, producing lytic enzyme and bacteriocin. Soil or seed application of PGPR have been used to enhance growth of the several crops as well as to suppress the growth of the plant pathogens. The pot experiment was conducted during winter season to find out the effect of three plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) either singly or in combination on vegetative growth parameters of coriander seedling.

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Evaluation of little millet based intercropping systems under rainfed conditions

Evaluation of little millet based intercropping systems under rainfed conditions

A field experiment was conducted during kharif, 2019 on sandy loam soils of dryland farm of S.V. Agricultural College, Tirupati campus of Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University. The results of the experiment revealed that among the different intercropping systems, little millet + greengram (4:2) (T6) recorded significantly higher plant height, leaf area index, dry matter production followed by little millet + cowpea (4:2) (T7). Lower values of these growth parameters were recorded with little millet + cluster bean (4:2) (T8).

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