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Effect of date of sowing and plant density on growth, productivity and economics of rainfed yellow sarson (Brassica rapa var. glauca)

, : Effect of date of sowing and plant density on growth, productivity and economics of rainfed yellow sarson (Brassica rapa var. glauca). Indian Agriculturist 39(1): 27-30

In field trials in winter 1988-90 at Sriniketan, West Bengal, yellow sarson (Brassica campestris var. sarson) Binoy was sown on 16 or 26 October or 5 November at plant densities of 280 000, 330 000, 420 000, 560 000 and 670 000 plants/ha. Seed yield decreased with delay in sowing date and was highest at a plant density of 420 000.


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