TOMATO RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT AND MULCHING PRACTICES

1Navdeep Singh , Gurdeep Singh

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Abstract:

Recent years have seen a growth in the use of nutrient management and mulching techniques in tomato farming operations. Because of benefits such as a favourable soil temperature, reduced weed growth, moisture conservation, and greater crop output in India. Organic rice straw, soya bean straw mulch and inorganic HDPE plastic are mainly included in the mulch options and management of fertilizer also practices of nutrient management basically used by farmers to effectively manage nutrient inputs. Fertilizer management and mulch options included black inorganic HDPE plastic, organic rice straw and soybean straw mulch, as well as nutrient management practices used by farmers to manage nutrient inputs. Researchers found that plant height, number of flowers per cluster and SPAD values, as well as fruit weight and yield were at their greatest levels. Fertilizer management and mulch options included black inorganic HDPE plastic, organic rice straw and soybean straw mulch, as well as nutrient management practices used by farmers to manage nutrient inputs.

Keywords:

Plastic Black Mulch, Rice straw mulch, Soybean Straw mulch, different methods of nutrient management

Paper Details
Month1
Year2021
Volume25
IssueIssue 3
Pages1151-1158

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