Effect Of Integrated Nutrient Management On Yeild And Yeild Attributing Characters Of Blackgram In Lamahi, Dang
Nigam Chaudhary, Chiranjibi Puri, Prakash Neupane Jaisi, Sandip Basnet
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The research was conducted to determine which type fertilizer dose produces a higher yield of black gram. Khajura mash-1 variety was used for the experiment which was collected from the NARC office of Khajura, Nepalgunj. Eight different fertilizer treatments were studied in the research field of Prithu Technical College, Bangaun, Lamahi, Dang. The experiment was carried out in Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with three replications. From each plot 5 sample plant was taken for collection of data. From the research, it is concluded that among different treatments, 50%RDF +10t goat manure/ha produces higher yield (1510.54 kg/ha). Treatment 100%RDF+5t goat manure/ha and 50%RDF+10tVermicompost/ha produces somewhat equal yield (1268.67 kg/ha and 1264.61kg/ha respectively). A higher number branch was seen in treatment 100%RDF+5t goat manure/ha (average 8.16). Higher test weight was identified in treatment 100%RDF+5t goat manure/ha (38gm). In the case of control treatment, many parameter shows less yield and poor growth and development. This result helps for further research for students as well as in NARC to determine the fertilizer dose to increase the yield of black gram, this may help in the rise of the economic standard of farmers.