Year: 2016, Issue: June

Effect of nutrient management and spacing on production soil health and uptake of nutrients on Cauliflower (Brassica oleracia L. var. Botrytis).
Author:
Vinay Kumar, Gynendra Kumar Singh, S. S. Kaushik and Gopi Chand Singh
Keyword:
Cauliflower, Nutrient management, Spacing, Productivity, Soil health and uptake of nutrients.
A field experiment conducted during 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 at Brahamanand Mahavidyala Agriculture Research Farm Rath, Hamirpur, Uttar Pradesh with the objective to find out the appropriate nutrient management and spacing in cauliflower. In nutrient management three levels of nitrogen i.e. 120, 90 and 60 kg N/ha and three bio manures i.e. FYM, NADEP compost and vermicompost have been used and it could be concluded from the findings that nitrogen application @90 kg/ha and 30 kg/N with organic manure at 45 cm spacing produced -292 q/ha cauliflower, improved soil health and uptake of nutrients.

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