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Effect of nitrogen, its time of application and boron on cauliflower seed production in calcareous soil

, : Effect of nitrogen, its time of application and boron on cauliflower seed production in calcareous soil. Indian Journal of Horticulture 49(1): 83-86

A study was carried out on cauliflower Patna Main during 1984-85 and 1985-86 on a sandy loam soil. Four rates of N (90, 120, 150 or 180 kg/ha) were applied in 3 or 4 equal split doses. B was applied at 10 or 15 kg/ha before transplanting. Of the N treatments, application of 150 kg/ha resulted in the highest 1000-seed weight and seed yield. For B, application of 10 kg/ha resulted in the highest 1000-seed weight and seed yield.


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