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Nutrient Management Protocol for Increased Yield of Rapeseed/Mustard . PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Dr. M. Z. ABDIN Head Centre for Transgenic Plant Development Department of Biotechnology Faculty of Science Hamdard University New Delhi-110 062. 1. 2. 25.14. 24.15. 16.32. 10.41. 3.

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Nutrient Management Protocol for Increased Yield of Rapeseed/Mustard

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

Dr. M. Z. ABDIN

Head

Centre for Transgenic Plant Development

Department of Biotechnology

Faculty of Science

Hamdard University

New Delhi-110 062

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2 Rapeseed/Mustard


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25.14 Rapeseed/Mustard

24.15

16.32

10.41

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Source: Directorate of economics and statistics, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

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Strategies for Increasing Production of Rapeseed/Mustard Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

  • Area expansion: Limited scope

  • High yielding varieties: Already available and limited scope for further improvement

  • GM Varieties: No clear policy of the Government till now

  • Package of practices and nutrient management: Scope in view of the deficiency of mineral nutrients due to intensive agriculture

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Our Approach for Increasing Production of Rapeseed/Mustard Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

Synergize use of high yielding varieties with balanced and split application of N&S at appropriate phenological stages along with phosphorus and potassium

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OBJECTIVE Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

  To Increase the Yield and Production of Rapeseed/Mustard through Improved Nutrient Management Protocol at Farmers’ Fields.

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Improved Nutrient Management Package (Rapeseed/Mustard) Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

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Experimental Design Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

  • Three states namely Haryana, Rajasthan and Utter Pradesh out of the major rapeseed/mustard growing states were selected. In Delhi, we had used experimental plots at Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi – 110062.

  • Farmers in these states were identified who agreed to participate in the programme. Farmers’ field size varied from 1Acre to 1 Hectare.

  • Soil samples were collected for the analysis of available N &S before sowing.

  • In each farmers’ field one control plot was maintained.

  • In control plot the rapeseed/mustard crop was cultivated using conventional nutrient management package.

  • In rest of the field the crop was cultivated using improved nutrient management protocol.

  • Yield components and productivity of the crop were analyzed after harvesting the crop from both the plots and the data were compared.

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States Covered = 03 Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

(Haryana, Rajasthan and UP)

No. of Experimental Sites = 24

Area Covered = 15.0 ha

Production Tech. Tested = Conventional and Improved Nutrient Management Protocols

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11 Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India


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Sulphur Deficiency in Soil Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India

The major factors responsible for S deficiency in the soil are:

 1.  Increasing depletion of S through higher yield and cropping

intensity.

 2.  Large scale shift towards S free product in the fertilizer use

pattern.

 3.  Losses of S through leaching and soil erosion.

 4.  Microbial transformations in the soil.

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Effect of Improved Nutrient Management Protocol over Conventional

Agronomic Package on Yield Components of

Brassica juncea cv. Pusa Jai Kisan

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Effect of Improved Nutrient Management Protocol over Conventional

Agronomic Package on Seed and Oil Yield of

Brassica juncea cv. Pusa Jai Kisan

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Effect of Improved Nutrient Management Protocol over Conventional

Agronomic Package on Yield Components of

Brassica campestris cv. Pusa Gold

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Effect of Improved Nutrient Management Protocol over Conventional

Agronomic Package on Seed and Oil Yield of

Brassica campestris cv. Pusa Gold

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The Relationship between Photosynthesis and Leaf-N as well as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application

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Pn rate (mmol CO2 m-2 s-1)

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Discussion as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application

  • Increase in productivity of rapeseed/mustard reported is a result of the following contributing factors:

  • -Impact of using seeds of improved varieties (Pusa Gold and Pusa Jai Kisan)

  • -Impact of following improved nutrient management package incorporating N,P,K & S and their application in split dosage at appropriate phenological stages of crop.

  • Increase in no. of pods per plant and weight of 1000 seeds in pods is attributed to increased photosynthesis as a result of adopting improved nutrient management package.

  • 3. Magnitude of increase in yield in response to the improved nutrient management package depends on the severity of sulphur deficiency

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Conclusion as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application

The yield of rapeseed/mustard can be increased with the application of sulphur and nitrogen in balanced and split doses at appropriate phenological stages along with phosphorus and potassium with very high benefit:cost ratio.

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N as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application50+50 K40 P40

S20+20 N50+50 K40 P40

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N as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application50+25+25 P40 K40

S20+10+10 N50+25+25 P40 K40

Brassica campestris cv. Pusa Gold

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N as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application50+50 P40 K40

S20+20 N50+50 P40 K40

Impact of Improved Nutrient Management Protocol on Brassica juncea cv. Pusa Jai Kisan

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Brassica juncea as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application cv. Pusa Jai Kisan

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Programme for 2004-05 as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application

The programme is proposed to be implemented in Haryana, Rajasthan and Utter Pradesh through NGOs in 200 farmers field in each state.

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Scientists from ICAR Institutes as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application

Apprised/Consulted

Dr. J. S. Yadav (Former Director): National Research Centre for Rapeseed/Mustard, Sewer, Bharatpur (Rajasthan)

Dr. Manoj (Soil Scientist): National Research Centre for Rapeseed/Mustard, Sewer, Bharatpur (Rajasthan)

Dr. R. C. Katiyar (Plant Breeder): Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi

Dr. S. K. Prasad (Entomologist): Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi

Dr. S. C. Chatterji (Plant Pathologist): Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi

Dr. S. R. Chatterji (Principal Scientist): Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi

Dr. Dheeraj Singh (Plant Breeder): C.C.S.A.T.U, Hissar

Prof. S. Kalra (Microbiologists): C.C.S.A.T.U, Hissar

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Project Staff as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application

Principal Investigator:

Dr. M. Z. Abdin, Ph.D from Indian Agricultural Research Institute

Research Associate:

Dr. A. Ahmad, Ph.D in Botany

Dr. M. Israr, Ph.D in Biotechnology

Senior Research Fellows:

Dr. Ishrat Khan (Ph.D Biotech), Dr. Nuzhat Khan (Ph.D Biotech)

Dr. M. Irfan Qureshi (Ph.D. Botany), Dr. Arshad Jamal (Ph.D Biotech)

and Mr. Rajeev Kumar Dwiwedi (M.Sc. Ag in Agronomy)

Project Fellows:

Mrs. Rashmi Rekha Sharma (M.Sc. Ag. in Soil Science)

Technical Assistant: Mr. Nizamuddin Khan (B.Sc. Ag)

Computer Assistant: Mr. Nizamuddin (P.G.D.C.A)

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THANKS! as Leaf-S content as Influenced by S and N Application

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