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|Title:||Studies to Standardize Fertilizer Dose for Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var italica) Under Tropical Conditions of Pune.|
|Publisher:||Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri.|
|Keywords:||Broccoli, Tropical Conditions|
|Abstract:||The present investigation entitled, "Studies to Standardize Fertilizer Dose for Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var italica) Under Tropical Conditions of Pune." was carried out at Vegetable Research Unit, National Agricultural Research Project Regional Fruit Research Station, Ganeshkhind, Pune during rabi season of the year 2000. The experiment was laid out in the Randomized Block Design with twelve treatments namely, 75+20+20, 75+40+40, 100++25+25, 100+50+50, 125+30+30, 125+60+60+60, 150+30+30, 150+60+60, 175+30+30, 175+60+60, 200+35+35 and 200+70+70 NPK kg/ha, respectively and replicated three times. Urea, single superphosphate and murate of potash were used as the sources of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium, respectively. All the phosphorous and potash, and half of the nitrogen were given at the time of transplanting while remaining half nitrogen given after one month.|
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