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Technical Program 2016-17: Nutrient Management

Centres



S. No

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1

AGRA/

INM/

PMIL/

1984 – LT/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

SPS

PKS

Title Permanent manorial trial on pearlmillet

Objectives :

To evaluate the benefit of organic residue  with and without inorganic fertilizer  application on crop productivity

To identify suitable treatment  for   maximum productivity and monitoring   returns

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Pearlmillet

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2 : 100% RDF (60:40 NP kg/ha)

T3 : 50% RDF

T4 : 50% N (farm residue)

T5 : 50% N (FYM)

T6 : N (urea) + 50% N (farm residue)

T7 : 50% N (urea)+50% N (FYM)

T8 : 100% RDF + Zinc sulphate as soil application @ 25 kg ZnSO4/ha

T9 : Farmers’ practice (10-15 kg N/ha)

RBD,  4 reps

Observations/Analysis :

Soil:OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Plant: Tillers/Plant,Grain Weight/Earhead (g) ,Days to Maturity,Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,RWUE,Economic analysis-Uptake N,P,K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Environment :Crop seasonal rainfall, No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month)

2

AGRA/

INM/

MUST/

2012 - 2016/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

 SPS

PKS

Title Balanced nutrient studies on mustard

Objectives :

To quantify the response of mustard  to   nutrient application

To assess moisture content at set interval

To workout the economics of    different      treatments

Crop/Treatments

Crop : : Fallow (kharif)Mustard

Treatments

T1: Control

T2 : 100% RDF (60:40 NP kg/ha)

T3 : 125 % RDF  with K (75:50:50 NPK kg/ha) (Soil test)  based

T4 : T3 + Zn

T5 : T3 + B

T6 : T3 + Sulphur

T7 : T3 + Zn + B + Sulphur

T8 : T2 + K (40 kg/ha)

RBD ,  4 reps

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N,P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Plant : Days to 50% flowering,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Haulm yield

Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE, Uptake N,P,K, Micro nutrients

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1

AKOL/ NM/

CROP/

1987-LT/

OS

 

 

 

PI& Co-PIs

VVG

MBN

ABT

 

Title:Integrated nutrient management studies in cotton + greengram intercropping (1:1)

Objectives:To evaluate the integrated plant nutrient supply for sustainable soil fertility, productivity and soil health management

To study the productivity and economics of cotton + greengram (1:1) system

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Cotton, Greengram

Treatments :

T1 : Control

T2 : 50kg N + 25kg /ha P (inorganic)

T3 : 25kg N + 12.5 kg/ha P (inorganic)

T4 : 25kg N /ha (Glyricidia)

T5 : 25kg N /ha FYM          

T6 : 25kg N  (inorganic) + 25kg P + 25kg N/ha (Glyricidia)

T7 : 25kg N  (inorganic) + 25kg P + 25kg N/ha (FYM)

T8 : 50kg N/ha (Glyricidia) + 25kg/ha P

 RBD,  3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance,Plant : Intercropping system:Days to maturity for  sole crops,Days to maturity  for  intercrops,Grain/Seed yield of Sole crops,Stalk yield of Sole crops,Grain yield of Main crop,Grain yield of intercrops ,Stalk yields of main crop ,Stalk yield of intercrops

Equivalent Yield of Main crop in the Intercropping system,LER, MAI (Monetary Advantage Index),Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake of N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients,Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis in Nodulation in green gram

2

AKOL/ NM/

COTT/ 2009-15/

OS

 

 

 

 

 

PI& Co-PIs

VVG

MBN

ABT

 

Title:Integrated nutrient management in cotton– soybean cropping system under rainfed condition

Objectives:

To study the effect of INM on crop productivity

To study the response of crops to potassium

To assess the effect of INM on soil health

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Sole Cotton, Sole Soybean  and cotton –soybean rotation

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: 100% RDF

T3: 100% N FYM + biofertilizers

T4: 100% RDF + biofertilizers

T5: 100% RDF + 25kg K/ ha

T6: 100% RDF + 25kg K/ ha + biofertilizers

T7: 50% N (green leaf manure) + 50% N (urea)

T8: 50% N (green leaf manure) + 50% N (urea)+ biofertilizers

T9: 50% N (green leaf manure) + 50% N (urea) + biofertilizers + 25 kg K/ ha

RBD,  3 Reps

Note: 100% RDF= 50:25:00 NPK kg/ ha for cotton 30:75:00 NPK kg/ ha for soybean)

*Recommended dose of P applied to all treatments except T1 & T3) *Biofertilizers (Cotton: Azotobactor & PSB seed treatment 25g per kg seed & Soybean: Rhizobium & PSB seed treatment @25g/ kg seed)

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance,Plant : Cotton ( as given earlier)

Soybean: Days to 50% flowering,Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Stalk yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis,Nodulation in Soybean

 

S.

No

Code

 

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

ANAN/

NM/

GNUT/

1985 - LT/

OS

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

MVSB

BSR

MVSR

KB

GNS

 

Title:Long term integrated nutrient management for groundnut

Objectives :

Long term effect of recycling of farm waste and organic manure on soil properties

Depletion pattern of soil nutrients

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Groundnut

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: 20-40-40 NPK kg/ha

T3: 10-20-20 NPK kg/ha

T4: Groundnut shells @ 4t/ha

T5: FYM @ 4t/ha

T6: T3+T4

T7: T3+T5

T8: T2+ZnSO4 @ 50  kg/ha   (once in 3 years)
T9: FYM  @ 5 t/ha

T10: T2 + T4

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Plant :

Groundnut (as given earlier)

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis

2.

ANAN/

NM/

CAS/-

2012-LT/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

MVSB

BSR

MVSR

KB

GNS

 

 

Title:Nutrient requirement of rainfed castor in Alfisols of scarce rainfall zone

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Castor

Treatments :

T1:60-40-30 (N, P2O5 & K2O)

T2:75-50-40 (N, P2O5 & K2O)

T3:45-30-20 (N, P2O5 & K2O)

T4: Soil test based fertilizer     application for T1

T5: Soil test based fertilizer application for T2

T6: Soil test based fertilizer application for T3

STBF-  30% higher than recommendation for low fertility and vice versa

Factorial RBD,    4 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency

Plant :

Castor : Capsules/Plant, Seeds/Capsule ,Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Haulm yield

Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE ,Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis

3

ANAN/

NM/

GNUT/End Year 

2012 - LT/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

BSR

KB

GNS

MVSR

KMR

 

 

 

 

Title Native soil Phosphorus solubilisation and enhancement of nutrient use efficiency in core rainfed  groundnut growing Alfisols

Objectives:

To characterize the different P fractions in soils.

To study the soil acid and alkaline phosphate enzyme activities during flowering/peg preparation and pod filling stages as influenced by  different soil P mobilizing inputs.

Nutrient uptake and nutrient use efficiency 

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Groundnut

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: Half RDF (10-20-20)

T3: T2 with PSB + AM  fungi

T4 : T2 with PSF +AM  fungi

T5 : T2 with PSB + PSF + AM  fungi

T6 : Soil test based fertilizer application

T7 :T6 with PSB + AM  fungi

T8 : T6 with PSF +AM  fungi

T9 : T6 with PSB + PSF + AM  fungi

T10 : Only PSB + PSF + AM  fungi

PSB:Bacillus megatherium

 var. phosphoticum @ 5kg/ha

PSF: Aspergillus awamori @ 5kg/ha

AM Fungi: Arbuscular mycorrhiza @ 12.5kg/ha

FYM @ 500kg/ha as starter dose for microbes

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, P use efficiency,  (Buildup),P fractionation

P release characteristics

Plant :

Groundnut ( as given earlier)

Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1

DLA/ ARJIA/ NM/ KH./ 2007/CEN

 

 

PI&

Co PIs

SKD

SKS

 

Title :Integrated nutrient management of rainfed maize based cropping system

Objectives :To evaluate productivity of maize and blackgram under organic and inorganic nutrition

To find out the effect of organic and inorganic fertilizers on soil fertility and soil health

To assess the response and economics of maize and blackgram under organic and inorganic nutrition

Crop/Treatments

Crops :- Maize, Blackgram rotation

T1-  Control (No fertilizer)

T2-  100% recommended nitrogen (50 kg N/ha) (inorganic) + 30 kg P2O5/ha

T3-  25 kg N (FYM) + 25 kg N (inorganic) + 30 kg P2O5/ha

T4-  25 Kg N (compost) + 25 kg N (inorganic) + 30 kg P2O5/ha

T5-  25 kg N (crop residues i.e. wheat pusa) + 25 kg N (inorganic) + 30 kg P2O5/ha

T6-  15 kg N (FYM) + 10 kg N (crop residues) + 25 kg N (inorganic) + 30 kg P2O5/ha

T7-  15 kg N (FYM) + 10 kg N (compost) + 25 kg N (inorganic) + 30 kg P2O5/ha

T8-  15 kg N (FYM) + 10 kg N (greenleaf) + 25 kg N (inorganic) + 30 kg P2O5/ha

T9-  100% recommended N (inorganic) without P and biofertilizers

         RBD, 3 reps

Observations/Analysis :Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance,Plant : Maize: as given earlier,Uptake N,P,K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients,Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

2

ARJIA/ NM/ MAIZ/ 2013-16/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI&

Co PIs

BSK

RKS

Title :Integrated nutrient management in different  maize based cropping system  under dryland conditions

Objectives :To find out sustainable  cropping system to improve crop productivity and soil health

To assess the most economical INM practice under different maize based cropping system

Crop/Treatments

 (A) Croping system :

(i) Maize – Maize

(ii) Maize-  Blackgram

(iii) Maize +   Blackgram  - Maize

(iv) Maize +   Blackgram  - Maize +   Blackgram 

(B)Nutrient Management:

(i)100 % RDF

(ii) 75 % RDF + FYM /@ 5t/ha  + biofertilizers

(iii) 50% RDF +  FYM 

@5t/ha  + Bio fertilizers

Observations/Analysis :       

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance,Plant : Intercropping system:Days to maturity for  sole crops,Days to maturity  for  intercrops,Grain/Seed yield of Sole crops,Stalk yield of Sole crops,Grain yield of Main crop,Grain yield of intercrops ,Stalk yields of main crop ,Stalk yield of intercrops,Equivalent Yield of Main crop in the Intercropping system,LER,MAI (Monetary Advantage Index),Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N,P,K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients,Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

 

S. No

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

BS/

 NM / CPEA/ 2009-14/

OS

 

 

PI&Co-PIs

AK

VS

STS

SCS

VK

 

Title Response of rainfed chickpea to seed priming with molybdenum

(Mo)

Objectives:

To find out the effect of molybdenum on yield attributes of rainfed chickpea

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Chickpea

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: Seed priming with 250 ppm solution of Na2MoO4.2H2O

T3: Seed priming with 500 ppm solution of Na2MoO4.2H2O

T4: Seed priming with 750 ppm solution of Na2MoO4.2H2O

RBD, 4 Reps

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Nutrient balance

Plant :

Days to 50% flowering,No.of nodules/Nodules fresh weight,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity

Seed yield,Stalk yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

2.

BS/

NM/

CROP/

2009-14/

OS

 

PI&Co-PIs

AK

VS

STS

SCS

  VK

Title To evaluate the N requirement for Toria, Gobhi sarson and Toria + Gobhi sarson inter-cropping systems under rainfed conditions

Objectives:

To find out the optimum dose of N for Toria, Gobhi sarson and Toria + Gobhi sarson intercropping

To study the effect of different doses of N on yield of Toria, Gobhi Sarson, Toria + Gobhi Sarson intercropping

Crop/Treatments

Crops:  Toria , Gobhi sarson

Treatments :

T1: Control (toria)

T2: Control (Gobhi sarson)

T3: Control (toria + G. sarson)

T4: 40 kg N/ha (toria)

T5: 50 kg N/ha (toria)

T6: 60 kg N/ha (toria)

T7: 50 kg N/ha (G. sarson)

T8: 75 kg N/ha (G. sarson)

T9: 100 kg N/ha (G. sarson)

T10: 20 kg N (at sowing of toria) +  12.5 kg N/ha (at sowing of G. sarson) +     12.5 kg N/ha (at harvest of toria)

T11: 20 kg N/ha (at sowing of toria) +  18.75 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.sarson) +

       18.75 kg N/ha (at harvest of toria) T12: 20 kg N/ha (at sowing of toria) +

       25 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.sarson) + 25 kg N/ha (at harvest of toria)

T13: 25 kg N/ha(at sowing of toria) + 12.5 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.sarson) +

       12.5 kg N/ha (at harvest of toria)

T14: 25 kg N/ha (at sowing of toria) + 18.75 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.sarson) +  

       18.75 kg N/ha (at harvest of toria)

T15: 25 kgN/ha (at sowing of toria) +  25 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.sarson) +  25 kg N/ha (at harvest of toria)    

T16: 30 kg N/ha (at sowing of toria) + 12.5 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.sarson) + 12.5 kg N/ha (at harvest of toria)

T17: 30 kg N/ha (at sowing of toria) + 18.75 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.sarson) + 18.75 kg (at harvest of  toria)

T18: 30 kg N/ha (at sowing of toria) + 25 kg N/ha (at sowing of G.Sarson) +  25 kg N/ha (at harvest of Toria)

      RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Plant : Days to maturity for  sole crops,Days to maturity  for  intercrops,Grain/Seed yield of Sole crops,Stalk yield of Sole crops,Grain yield of Main crop,Grain yield of intercrops

Stalk yields of main crop ,Stalk yield of intercrops,Equivalent Yield of Main crop in the Intercropping system,LER, MAI (Monetary Advantage Index),Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE, Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall

Economic analysis

 

 

S.

No

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments / Observations/Analysis

1.

BIJA/

NM/

SORG/

2007- LT/

OS

PI &

Co-PIs

IMS

SCA

Balanced nutrition studies in rabi  sorghum

Objectives:

  • To study the response of rabi  sorghum to applied zinc and iron

 

  • To study uptake pattern of zinc and iron by rabi sorghum
  • To rectify the deficiency of iron and zinc in soil

CROP : Rabi Sorghum- (M35-1)

Treatments :

T1- Control

T2- RDF (50:25:0 kg NPK/ha)

T3- RDF + Zn (10 kg/ha)

T4- RDF + (Fe 50 kg/ha)

T5- RDF + Zn(10 kg/ha) +Fe (50 kg/ha)

Design :RBD

Replications: 5

Soil :

EC, pH, Zinc and Iron

 

Plant : Sorghum as above

Uptake of Zinc and Iron

 

2.

BIJA/

NM/

CROP/

2012-LT/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

IMS

SCA

Permanent Manurial Trial

Objectives:

  • To find out long range effect of fertilizer and manure on soil fertility and crop yield

CROP : Sorghum+ chickpea (2:4) rotated with Safflower + Chickpea (2:4)

T1- Control

T2- 100% RDF

T3- RDN alone

T4- RD P2O5 alone

T5- RDN and P2O5

T6 : FYM to meet  100%N

T7- FYM to meet 50% N + 50% RDF

T8-green mannuring to meet 100% N

T9- green mannuring  to meet 50% N + 50% RDF

T10-Crop residue with decomposing culture to meet 50%N +50% RDF

T11-Crop residue (5t/ha) with decomposing culture + RDF

Design : RBD

Replications :3    

Soil :

Soil fertility status

Plant : Yield of crop

3.

BIJA/

NM/

CROP/

2014/

OS

PI &

Co-PIs

IMS/SCA

VSS

Foliar Spray of nutrients/ chemicals

Crop: Rabi Sroghum

Treatments:

  1. RDF + No spay
  2. RDF + Water spay
  3. RDF + KNO3 (1% spray) 1 or 2 sprays
  4. RDF + KC1 (1% spray) 1 or 2 sprays
  5. RDF + Thiourea @ 250 g ha-1

Plant : Sorghum as above

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

BNCA/NM

/CROP/2010-LT

/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

GM

PKS

DS

MKS

RD

MH

 

 

Title:

 Permanent  Permanent manurial trial for rice–greengram-toria system under rainfed situation in NBPZ

Objectives :

To find out the suitable combination of  inorganic and organic source of nutrients for sustainable rice–toria system

To asses changes in soil fertility of nutrients over years

Crop/Treatments:

Crops: Rice-Greengram-Toria

 Rice :  Banglami

Greengram :  SG1

Toria :  TS 36

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2:  100%Recommended dose of Fertilizer (RDF)

T3: 75% RDF + 3 t/ha vermi-compost

T4: 75% RDF  + 5 t/ha vermi-compost

T5: 75% RDF  + in situ Sesbania aculeata

T6: 50% RDF+ 3 t/ha vermi-compost

T7: 50% RDF + 5 t/ha vermi-compost

T8: 50% RDF  + in situ Sesbania aculeata

T9: 3 t/ha vermicompost

T10: 5 t/ha vermicompost

T11: In situ  Sesbania aculeata

RBD, 3 Reps

Plot Size : 10 m X 5 m

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, SN,SP and SK

Plant :

Rice:No. of tillers/Plant (or m2), Days to 50%  flowering,Days to Maturity

Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,Economics

Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Greengram:

Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/Plant,Seed Yield,Stalk Yield,100 Seed Weight ,

2

BNCA/NM/

TORIA/2012-15

/OS

 

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

GM

PKS

DS

RKG     

MH

 

 

Title:

 Effect of foliar application of Selenium on drought tolerance and nutrient use efficiency in toria.

Objectives:

To study the effect of foliar application of Selenium on drought to;erance of toria.

To study the nutrient use efficiency due to foliar application of Selenium on drought tolerance of toria.

To study the Selenium concentration in grain and straw.

Crop/Treatments:

Crop : Toria

 Treatments :

T1 : Control

T2 : 100% NPK (RDF)

T3 : RDF + Water spray

T4 : RDF + 0.5% Selenium spray before flowering 

T5 : RDF + 0.5% Selenium spray at siliqua formation

T6 : RDF + 0.5% Selenium spray before flowering and at siliqua formation

T7 :  RDF + 1.0% Selenium spray before flowering

T8 : RDF + 1.0% Selenium spray at siliqua formation

T9 : RDF + 1.0% Selenium spray before flowering and at siliqua formation

T10 : RDF + 2.0% Selenium spray before flowering

T11 : RDF + 2.0% Selenium spray at siliqua formation

T12 : RDF + 2.0% Selenium spray before flowering and at siliqua formation

T13 : RDF + 2.0% KCl spray before flowering and at siliqua formation

 RBD, 3 Reps

Plot size : 5m X 5m

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, SN,SP and SK

Plant :

Tria:Days to 50% flowering,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Seed quality,Straw yield,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Economics Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg

3.

BNCA/NM

2013-15

/OS(RARS_NL)

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

GM

SM

PKS

DS

KKS

DC

PS

MM

TCM

MH

(To be conducted under medium low land situation at RARS, North Lakhimpur)

 

 

Title:

Integrated nutrient management in Rice based cropping system under rainfed condition.

Objectives :

To assess the nutrient use efficiency of individual crop grown in rice-rabi crop sequence

To monitor crop growth parameters and nutrient uptake

Crop/Treatments:

Crop : Sali Rice (var. Ranjit) - Toria (var. TS 36)

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: Recommended dose of      fertilizer (RDF)

T3: 50% N (inorganic)+50% N (Vermicompost)

T4: 50%N (inorganic)+50% N (Vermicompost) +  P & K

T5: 100%  Organic (Vermicompost)

RBD, 4 Reps

Plot Size : 8m X 5m = 40m2

(The crop var. Ranjit will be grown as per recommended package of practice. The treatments will be imposed on toria)

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg 

Plant :

Rice : No. of tillers/Plant (or m2), Days to 50%  flowering,Days to Maturity

Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,Economics

Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Toria: Days to 50% flowering,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity,Seed yield

Haulm yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

All crops:

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg

 

S.

No

Code

 

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments / Observations/Analysis

1.

BENG/

 NM/

CROP/

1978/

LT/OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

AS

BKR GND

MBR

 

Title :Response of crops to long term use of organic fertilizers and crop rotation

Objectives:

To find out the effect of FYM, maize residue and fertilizers on the yield of finger millet

To find out the amount of nutrients that can be substituted by a certain dose of FYM or maize residue

To study the buildup of soil fertility and improvement in soil physical properties

Crop/Treatments

Crops:  Fingermillet – Groundnut, Fingermillet - fingermillet

Treatments: 5

FYM block

T1. Control

T2. FYM @ 10 t/ha

T3. FYM @ 10 t/ha + 50% NPK

T4. FYM @ 10 t/ha + 100% NPK

T5. 100% NPK

Maize residue block

T1. Control

T2. MR @ 5 t/ha

T3. MR @ 5 t/ha + 50% NPK

T4. MR @ 5 t/ha + 100% NPK

T5. 100% NPK

Design: RBD

Replication:   2

Observations/Analysis:

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Fingermillet: Tillers/Plant,Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index, 1000 Grain Weight,

Cost of Cultivation and economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Groundnut: Days to 50% flowering,Plant height , Branches / plant, Pod yield,Days to Maturity

kernel yield,oil per cent,Haulm yield,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight Economics,

Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N,P,K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters:Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Extreme events, Economic analysis

2

BENG/ NM/

CROP/ 2013-2018/ OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

AS

MNT

BKR

GND

MK

Title Yield maximization through integrated nutrient management in finger millet-groundnut cropping system under rainfed areas of Alfisols.

Objectives:

1. To study the effect of integrated nutrient management on yield, quality and economics of finger millet –groundnut cropping system

2. To assess the influence of integrated nutrient management on nutrient use efficiency and soil quality

Crop/Treatments

Crops:  Finger millet-Groundnut

Treatments –9

T1: Control

T2: NPK Only

T3: 10 t/ha FYM + NPK

T4:  Rec. NPK + bio-fertilizers

T5: 10 t/ha FYM+ Rec. NPK + bio- fertilizers

T6 : 10 t/ha FYM + 75% N & P+ 100% K + bio- fertilizers

T7 : Ex-situ green manure (7.5 t/ha) + 75% N & P+ 100% K + bio- fertilizers

T8 : In situ Green manure + 75% N & P+ 100% K + bio- fertilizers

T9 : 10 t/ha FYM+ 100% N & P+ 150% K + bio- fertilizers

  Design: RCBD, 3

Replication: 3

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Finger millet/ Groundnut: as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters:Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Extreme events, Economic analysis

2

BENG/ NM/

CROP/ 2013/ OS

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

AS

MNT

BKR

GND

PCB

Title Effect of selenium application on drought mitigation and yield of finger millet

Objectives:

To study the influence of selenium application on drought tolerance,  growth, yield and economics of finger millet

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Finger millet

Treatments – 7

T1: Foliar spray of water

T2: Foliar spray of Sodium selenite (Na2SeO35H2O) @ 5g/ha at P.I

T3: Foliar spray of Sodium selenite @ 10g/ha

T4: Foliar spray of Sodium selenite @ 15g/ha

T5: Foliar spray of Sodium selenite @ 20g/ha

T6: Foliar spray of Sodium selenite @ 25g/

T7: Soil application of Sodium selenite @ 200g/ha

Foliar spray at panicle initiation stage                         

Design: RBD ,Replication: 3

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency 

Finger millet:  as given earlier ,Any drought tolerance/physiological parameter to be studied

Uptake N,P,K, Micro nutrients,Other parameters:Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Extreme events, Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1

 

FAIZ/ NM/

CROP/ 2012-15/ OS

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

NK

OPR

HCS

AKS

 

 

 

Title:INM in pigeonpea based intercropping system under rainfed condition

Objectives:To minimize the dependence on use of inorganic fertilizers

To build up soil fertility and improve soil health

Production potential under rainfed condition may increase through INM in pigeonpea based cropping system

Crop/Treatments:

Crops : Pigeonpea, maize, Blackgram

Intercropping system:

C1 - Pigeonpea sole

C2 - Pigeonpea + Blackgram

C3 - Pigeonpea + Maize

Nutrient Management:

N1 - RDF (20 : 40 : 0 kg NPK/ha)

N2 - RDF + PSB + Rhizobium

N3 - RDF + PSB + Rhizobium + FYM @ 3 t/ha

N4 - RDF + PSB + Rhizobium + Harit    Vardan @ 5 kg/ha

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :       

Soil :OC, N,P,K Nutrient use efficiency  ,Pigeonpea:Fruiting branches/ Plant, Days to 50 % flowering, Pods/ Plant, Seeds/ Pod, Days to Maturity, Seed Yield, Stalk Yield, Harvest Index, 100 Seed Weight ,Economics, Net Returns, BC Ratio,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Blackgram : Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/Plant, Seed Yield, Stalk Yield, 100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Maize : Cobs/Plant, Length of Cob (cm), Days to Maturity, 1000 Grain Weight,  Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index, 1000 Grain Weight, economics,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N, P, K,Other parameters: Nodule no. parts/ plant

2

FAIZ/ INM/

MAIZE/ 2013-15/ OS

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

NK

OPR

HCS

AKS

Title:INM in rainfed maize in eastern Uttar Pradesh

Objectives:To increase the production of rain fed maize and improving the physic-chemical properties of soil by using different mode of INM practices.

Production potential under rainfed condition may be increase through INM in maize.

Crop/Treatments:

Crop: Maize

T1 - Control

T2-100% NPK (80:40:30) through inorganic fertilizers

T3-75% NPK through inorganic fertilizers

T4-100%  NPK + Zn

T5- 100% NPK + Fe

T6- 100% NPK +  Fe + Zn

T7-75%NPK +FYM @ 10 t/ha

T8-75% NPK + FYM @ 10 t/ha + Zn

T9-75% NPK +  FYM @ 10 t/ha + Fe

T10- 75% NPK+ FYM @ 10 t/ha + Zn + Fe

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance,Plant : Maize ,Cobs/Plant, Length of Cob (cm), Days to Maturity, 1000 Grain, Weight,  Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index, 1000 Grain Weight, Economics,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE, Uptake N, P, K

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall, Economic analysis

3

 

FAIZ/ INM/

CPEA/

2011-15/

OS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

OPR

NK

HCS

AKS

 

Title:Effect of basal and foliar application of (DAP) in  with PSB on chickpea yields under rainfed condition

Objectives:To evaluate the relative effectiveness of split application of DAP and PSB.

 To find out the P economy through foliar application of fertilizer in cognizance with PSB

Crop/Treatments:

Crop: Chickpea

T1 -  Control

T2 -  100 kg DAP/ha as basal

T3 - T2 + PSB

T4 -  75 kg DAP/ha as basal + 25 kg DAP/ha as foliar spray at 45 DAS

T5 -  T4 + PSB

T6 - 50 kg DAP as basal + 50 kg DAP as foliar spray in 2 splits at 45 & 60 DAS

T7 -  T6 + PSB

T8 - 25 kg DAP as basal + 75 kg DAP as foliar spray in 3 splits at 45, 60 & 75 DAS

T9 - 25 kg DAP/ha as foliar at 45 DAS

T10 - 50 kg DAP/ha as foliar spray in 2 splits at 45 & 60 DAS

T11- 75 kg DAP/ha as foliar spray in 3 splits at 45, 60 & 75 DAS

T12 - 100 kg DAP/ha as foliar spray in 4 splits at 45, 60, 75 & 90 DAS

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K. Nutrient use efficiency,  Plant : Chickpea,Days to 50% flowering,No.of nodules/Nodules resh weight,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Stalk yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N, P, K  ,Nodule no, fresh and dry weight,Other parameters: Economic analysis

4

FAIZ/ INM/

RICE/

2013-15/

OS

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

NK

OPR

HCS

AKS

Title:Effect of foliar and soil application of micro nutrients on yield of rice under rainfed condition.

Objectives:To find out the effect of micro nutrients on rainfed rice

To find out the nutrient economy through foliar application of fertilizer

Crop/Treatments

 Crop : Paddy

T1 - 100% RDF as basal

T2 - T1 + 3 Water Sprays

T3- 50% RDF as basal + 5 t FYM/ha

T4- 50% RDF + 3 foliar sprays of 2% Urea

T5- 50% RDF + 3 foliar sprays of 2% Urea + 10 kg ZnSO4/ ha.

T6- 100% RDF + 30 kg ZnSO4/ha as soil application.

T7- 100% RDF + 2 foliar sprays of 0.5% FeSO4.

T8- 100 RDF + 2 foliar application of Borax @ 10kg/ ha.

T9-100% RDF + 2 foliar application of sulphur @ 10 kg/ ha.

T10-100% RDF + 2 foliar application of 2% Urea + 10 kg ZnSO4/ ha.+ 0.5% FeSO4 + Borax @ 10kg/ ha +sulphur @ 10 kg/ ha.

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, Nutrient use efficiency ,Plant : Rice ,Plant height,No. of tillers/Plant (or m2), Days to 50%  flowering,Days to Maturity,Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE, Uptake N, P, K ,Other parameters: Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1

HISA/

INM/

PMIL/

 2010 - 2014/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

 BSJ

SBM

 

Title Refinement of fertilizer requirements of  pearl millet under rainfed conditions

Objectives:To work out fertilizer requirement of high yielding varieties of pearl  millet 

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Pearl millet (HHB 234)

Treatments:

N:P2O5: K2O (kg/ha)

 T1 : 0:0:0

 T2 : 60:30:10

 T3 : 40:20:10

 T4 : 50:25:10

 T5 : 60:30:15

 T6 : 40:20:15

 T7 : 50:25:15

 T8 : 60:30:20

 T9 : 40:20:20

T10 : 50:25:20

T 11 : 60:30: 0

T 12 : 40:20:0

T 13 : 50:25:0

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :Soil :OC, N, P, K, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency 

Pearl millet: as given earlier , Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

2

HISA/

INM/

MUST/

2010 - 2015/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

BSJ

SBM

 

Title Refinement of fertilizer requirement of mustard under rainfed conditions

Objective:To find out the fertilizer requirement of high yielding varieties of mustard

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Mustard

Treatments:

      N:P2O5: K2O (kg/ha)

 T1 : 0:0:0

 T2 : 60:30:10

 T3 : 40:20:10

 T4 : 50:25:10

 T5 : 60:30:15

 T6 : 40:20:15

 T7 : 50:25:15

 T8 : 60:30:20

 T9 : 40:20:20

T10 : 50:25:20

T 11 : 60:30: 0

T 12 : 40:20:0

T 13 : 50:25:0

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :Initial and find Soil fertility ,OC, N, P, K, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Mustard: as given earlier ,Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients ,Other parameters:

Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

3

HISA/

INM/

CBEAN/

 2010 - 2014/

OS

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

 BSJ

SBM

 

Title Refinement of fertilizer requirements of clusterbean under rainfed conditions

Objectives:To work out fertilizer requirement of high yielding varieties of clusterbean 

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Clusterbean (HG 2-20)

Treatments:

P2O5: N: K2O (kg/ha)

 T1 : 0:0:0

 T2 : 60:30:5

 T3 : 40:20:5

 T4 : 50:25:5

 T5 : 60:30:10

 T6 : 40:20:10

 T7 : 50:25:10

 T8 : 60:30:15

 T9 : 40:20:15

T10 : 50:25:15

T 11 : 60:30: 0

T 12 : 40:20:0

T 13 : 50:25:0

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :Soil :Initial soil analysis,Clusterbean :Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/plant,Seed yield,Stalk Yield,100 Seed weight ,Economics, RWUE,Crop seasonal rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (with days and month),Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients,Moisture availability at different crop growing stages

4

HISA/

INM/

CPEA/

 2010 - 2015/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

 BSJ

SBM

 

Title Refinement of fertilizer requirements of  Chickpea under rainfed conditions

Objectives:To work out fertilizer requirement of high yielding varieties of pearl  millet 

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Chickpea (C-235)

Treatments:

     P2O5: N: K2O (kg/ha)

 T1 : 0:0:0

 T2 : 60:30:5

 T3 : 40:20:5

 T4 : 50:25:5

 T5 : 60:30:10

 T6 : 40:20:10

 T7 : 50:25:10

 T8 : 60:30:15

 T9 : 40:20:15

T10 : 50:25:15

T 11 : 60:30: 0

T 12 : 40:20:0

T 13 : 50:25:0

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis: Soil :OC, N, P, K, Micro nutrients, Chickpea: as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients,Other parameters: Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

5

HISA/

INM/

CBEAN/

2013-OS

Title Stabilizing clusterbean productivity under clusterbean – fallow –clusterbean system

Objectives:To  stabilize clusterbean productivity under clusterbean – fallow – clusterbean system

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Clusterbean (HG-365)

Treatments:

 P2O5: N: K2O: ZnSO4:S (kg/ha)

  T1 : 0:0:0:0:0

  T2 : 0:10:0:0:0 (FP)

  T3 : 40:20:0:0:0

  T4 : 40:20:10:0:0

  T5 : 60:20:10:0:0

  T6 : 40:20:10 +10:0

  T7 : 60:20:0:10:0

  T8 : 40:20:10:10:0

  T9 : 60:20:10:10:0

  T10 : 40:20:10:10:20

  T11 : T10 + Bio-mix

  T12 : 60:20:10:10:20

  T13 : T12 + Bio-mix

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis: Soil :OC, N, P, Micro nutrients, Clusterbean : as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients,Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

 

S.

No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

INDO/

NM/ CROP/

1992  / OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

SKS

HST

AU

Title Long-term manorial trial in Vertisols

Objectives: To study the effect of different sources and levels of nutrients on seed and straw yield, water use and water use efficiency by soybean and safflower grown in sequence.

To monitor the changes in physical-chemical properties of soil due to different treatments over years.

Crop/Treatments

Crops:  Soybean –chickpea 

Treatments :

T1: N0 P0 – Control

T2: N20 P13-fertilzer NP @ 20  and 13 kg/ha

T3: N30 P20-fertilzer NP @ 30  and 20  kg/ha

T4: N40 P26-fertilzer NP @ 40 &  26 kg/ha

T5: N60 P35-fertilzer NP @ 60 &  35 kg/ha

T6 : FYM 6  t/ha + N20 P13 –   FYM   @ 6 t/ha

T7 : Residue @ 5 t/ ha. + N20   P13-  Crop residue of soybean @  5 t/ha  + fertilizer N  @ 20 kg/ha & P @  13 kg/ha

T8: FYM @ 6 t/ha (in rainy  season only)

T9 : Residue @ 5 t/ha (crop residues   of  soybean@ 5 t/ha) RBD, 4  Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, nutrient balance,Soybean: as given earlier,Chickpea: as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis,Nodule no. fresh of dry of

2.

INDO/

NM/

SOY-SAF/

2002 /OS

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

SKS

AU

Title Studies on effects of organics, chemical and integrated nutrient management on soil and crop quality

Objectives:

To assess soil quality and crop quality as influenced by the application of organics, chemical fertilizers and their conjoint use.

To study the growth and productivity of soybean as influenced by the application of organics, chemical fertilizers and their conjoint use.

To workout the economic viability of different fertility treatments

Crop/Treatments

Crops:  Soybean  Safflower

Treatments :

T1: Control.

T2: 10 t/ha organic manure 100% for CS

T3: RDF through chemical fertilizers

T4: INM (50% RDF through  chemical fertilizer + 50%  through  organics)

T5: Farmers practice

Observations/Analysis

Soil : OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance,

Nutrient balance

Plant : Soybean as given earlier

Safflower: Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Haulm yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight

Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N,P,K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

JPUR/ NM/ Maize-Potato/ 2011-13/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

GKS

DST

AKT

 

 

Title:Soil test crop response studies with INM in maize, potato cropping system under lowland farming situation

Objectives:  To estimate the nutrient requirement of maize (hybrid).

To monitor the crop response to applied fertilizer N P K in relation to fertility variation.

To evolve a basis for making fertilizer recommendation based on soil test to rice as an individual crop as well as cropping system (maize- potato) as a whole.

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Maize  (variety – hybrid)

Treatments:

Selected combinations of the following nutrient levels were taken and  24 treatments were selected as per the AICSTCR Project guidelines. 

N (kg/ha): 0,60,120, 180.

P (kg/ha): 0, 30, 60, 90

K (kg/ha): 0, 30, 60, 90

FYM (t/ha) : 0, 5, 10

Fractional Factorial,design, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis : Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance,Maize:Cobs/Plant,Length of Cob (cm),Days to Maturity,1000 Grain Weight, Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,economics

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Potato : No.of stems/Hill,No.of tubers/hill,Tuber yield/hill,Tuber yield/ha ,Days to Maturity,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients, nutrient use efficiency

2.

JPUR/ NM/ UL VEGE/ 2012-14/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

GKS

DST

AKT

 

 

 

 

Title:Effect of filling material in pit for crop establishment on water and nutrient use efficiencies and performance of bottle guard under upland badi situation of Bastar plateau

Objectives: To find out the efficient combination of filling materials in pit for establishment of bottle guard in terms of water and nutrient use efficiencies.

To find out the frequency and time interval of drip irrigation  as influenced by combination of filling materials.

To find out the benefit – cost ratio of bottle guard cultivation as influenced by combination of filling material  in pit.

To develop a model for livelihood security of small and marginal farmers by way of better utilization of harvested water in small farm ponds.

Crop/Treatments :Crop : Bottle gourd (variety – hybrid)

Treatments:

Filling Material combinations (M)

M1 – 25% FYM + 25% pit soil + 25% poultry+ 25% Vermi

M2 – 50% FYM + 25% pit soil + 25 % poultry

M3 – 50 % FYM + 50%

spit soil

M4 – 50% poultry + 50% pit soil

M5 – 50% vermin + 50% pit soil

Time interval of drip irrigation (T)

T1 – 3 days

T2 – 5 days

Factorial RBD ,   4 reps

Observations/Analysis :Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance,Vegetables:Fruit yield, RWUE , Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients,Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

KOVI/ NM/

CROP/

2011 - LT / OS

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

SE

DJ

 

Title:Permanent Manurial trial on Bt Cotton - Maize  rotation under rainfed deep black and red soils

Objectives :

To assess the temporal effect of nutrient treatments on soil physical and chemical properties

To assess the effect of fertilizer treatments on soil fertility,  sustainable crop yield and  profitability in different soils 

To find out the effect of ZnSO4 on the yield and quality of cotton and maize crops in different soils

To compare  the nutrients effects, sustainability of yield and soil quality in different soils over years

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Bt. Cotton and maize

Treatments   for Bt Cotton

T- Control

T- Urea (N80)+ DAP (P 40) + MOP   (K 40)

T- Urea (N40)+ DAP (P 20) + MOP     (K20)

T- 40 kg N (Crop residue)

T- 40 kg N (FYM)

T- 40 kg N (Urea) + 40 kg N (Crop  residue) +  20 kg P  + 20 kg K/ha

T- 40 kg N (Urea) + 40 kg N (FYM)   + 20 kg P  + 20 kg K/ha

T- Urea (N 80)+ DAP (P 40) + MOP    (K 40) +25 kg ZnSO4 /ha

T- 12.5 t FYM/ha  - (100% organic)

Treatments for Hybrid Maize

T- Control

T- Urea (N60)+ DAP (P 40) + MOP (K 20)

T- Urea (N 30) + On farm residue    (N30) +  DAP (P 20) + MOP (K10)

T- 30 kg N (Crop residue)

T- 30 kg N (FYM)

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Cotton :Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters:Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

2.

KOVI/ NM/

SORG/

2011 – 14/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

SE

DJ

MR

Title:Effect of nutrient and moisture conservation practices on  rainfed sorghum in Vertisols

Objectives :

To study the effect  of fertilizer and moisture conservation practices on productivity and profitability of sorghum

To assess the changes in soil physical and chemical properties due to application of nutrients 

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Sorghum

Treatments

Moisture conservation

L1-  Flat Bed

L2 -  Ridges & Furrows

L3 – Broad Bed and Furrow

Fertilizer application Basal

T1 -  FYM @12.5 t/ha                        

T2 –FYM @ 5 t/ha + NPK 4 :10: 0   

T3   - NPK 40 : 20 : 0                         

T4   - NPK 8 : 20 : 0                              

T5  - NPK 20 : 20 as EFYM : 10       

T6  - FYM 5 t/ha + NPK 4 : 10 :0    

T7  -  Control

Top dressing

T1   -    -  

T2    - NPK 16 : 0 : 0

T3   -    -

T4   - NPK 32 : 0 : 10

T5 – NPK 20 : 0 : 10

T6 – NPK 16 : 0 : 10

T7   -   -

Split plot,    2 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Sorghum : Panicle length,Plant height,Days to 50% flowering,Days to Maturity,Grain yield, Stover yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell RWUE,Uptake N, P, K

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis


3.

KOVI/

NM

COTT/

2009 - 14/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

DJ

SE

Title:Studies on the management of bio mineralized crop residues for sustainable productivity in rainfed cotton

Objectives :

To convert different crop residues into relatively nutrient rich and physically acceptable material by employing biomineralizers.

To study the effect of conjunctive use of inorganic N along with crop residues

To study the nutrient uptake and yield of cotton

To monitor the changes in soil fertility status

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Bt Cotton

Treatments :

T1-  Control

T2-  Recommended NPK/ha

T3-  T2 + Sunflower residue with TNAU  Biomineralizer

T4-  T2 + Pulse haulm residue with TNAU   Biomineralizer

T5-  T2 + Sorghum stover residue with  TNAU Biomineralizer

T6- T2 + Cotton residue with  TNAU Biomineralizer

T7- T2 +Vermi compost @ 2.5 t/ha  

T8- T2 + FYM @ 12.5 t/ha

RBD, 3 Reps

(Residue @5t/ha)

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N,P K, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Cotton: Uptake N,P,K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

4.

KOVI/

NM/

COTT/

2012 - 15/

OS

 

 

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

DJ

SE

Title:Effect of foliar nutrition on  yield and quality of Bt cotton in deep black soils

Objectives:

To evaluate the effect of foliar nutrition on the boll retention flower dropping on Bt cotton

To study the effect of foliar nutrition on growth and yield of Bt cotton

To monitor the changes of soil fertility status on foliar nutrition of cotton

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Bt Cotton

Treatments :

T1 - Recommended NPK

T2 - Recommended NPK + 0.5 % Urea + 1 % KCl at square formation and flowering stages

T3 - RDF + foliar spray of 1.25 % cotton plus at square formation and flowering stages

 T4 - RDF + 1.0 % MgSO4 + 0.5 % ZnSO4 + 0.2 % B at square formation and flowering stages

T5 - RDF + 0.5 % ZnSO4 spray thrice at 45th, 60th, 75th DAS

T6 - RDF +  0.2 % CuSO4 + ZnSO4 0.5 % at 45th, 60th, 75th DAS

T7 - RDF + TNAU Panchakavya spray @ 3 % at square formation and flowering stages

T8 - RDF+0.2 % B + Se (20 g/ha) (16 mg in 15 litres of water) on 45th, 60th DAS

RBD,      3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Cotton:  Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

PARB/

NM /

CROP/

2010 - LT/

OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

AKG

SBC

MSP

 

Title:Permanent manurial trial on cotton + pigeonpea – soybean + pigeonpea intercropping system rotation under rainfed condition.

Objectives:

To findout the combined effect of organic and inorganic fertilizer on cotton + pigeonpea –soybean + pigeonpea rotation

To evaluate the long-term effect of nutrient on crop yield and yield stability of cropping systems

To asses the temporal effect of nutrient treatments on physico-chemical and biological properties of soil

Crop/Treatments

Crops:  Cotton, Pigeonpea, Soybean

Treatments :

A     Cropping Systems

C1 - Cotton + pigeonpea

C2 - Soybean + pigeonpea pigeonpea in rotation

B   Nutrient levels

N1 - FYM 15 t/ha (for cotton) FYM 10 t/ha (for    soybean)

N2 - FYM 10 t/ha +

50% RDF (for Cotton)FYM 7.5 t/ha + 50% RDF (for      soybean)

N3 - FYM 5 t/ha + 75% RDF (for        Cotton)

        FYM 5 t/ha + 75% RDF (for      soybean)

N4 - RDF 100% (100:50:50 NPK     kg/ha (for cotton) RDF 100% (30:60:30 NPK  kg/ha (for soybean)

N5 - Absolute control (for cotton     and soybean)

        Split plot, 3 reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Cotton: Bolls/Plant,Days to first picking,Days to last picking,Seed cotton yield

Lint yield, Seed Index (100 Seed Weight) ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE ,Soybean: (as given earlier),

Pigeonpea: Fruiting branches/Plant,Days to 50 % flowering

Pods/Plant,Seeds/Pod ,Days to Maturity,Seed Yield,Stalk Yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Net Returns,BC Ratio,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis

 

S.

No.

Code

Title/ Objectives/ Crop/ Treatments/ Observations

1.

PHUL/ NM/

CROP/

1994-LT/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

 

SCN

 

 

 

Title:Long term effect of inorganic  and organic manures on restoration of soil productivity and sustainability of rice – horse gram cropping sequence

Objectives:

To study the effect of continuous application of inorganic fertilizers and organic manures on rice-horsegram cropping sequence and its effect on soil properties

To assess the productivity, profitability and sustainability of crops over years

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Rice (ZHU-11-26), Horse gram (Local)

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: 100 % RDF (60:30:30) as CF

T3: 75% N (CF) + 25% N (FYM)

T4: 50% N (CF) + 50% N (FYM)

T5: 75% N (CF)  + 25% N (VC)

T6: 50% N (CF) + 50% N (VC)

T7: 50 % RDF + 50 % N  (Greenleaf)

T8: 100 % RDF + 12.5 kg/ha ZnSO45

T9: 100 % RDF + S 30 kg/ha as gypsum

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Rice:No. of tillers/Plant (or m2), Days to 50%  flowering,Days to Maturity,Grain yield,

Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Horsegram:Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/Plant,Seed Yield,Stalk Yield,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE, Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

2.

PHUL/

NM/ CROP/

2010-13/

OS

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

SCN

Title:Fertilizer scheduling in maize + cowpea  (2:2) intercropping system

Objectives:

To assess the optimum fertilizer requirement of the system

To assess productivity and profitability of maize + cowpea intercropping with  different doses of fertilizer application

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Maize + cowpea

Treatments :

T1: Proportion of plants and  respective dose applied to respective crops

T2: Proportion of plants and  fertilizer is mixed and applied  uniformly

T3: As per area covered by  individual crops & respective    dose applied to respective   crops

T4: As per area covered  by  individual crops & fertilizer is mixed and applied uniformly

T5: Fertilizer dose of main crop  (maize) to main crop only and   no fertilizer to intercrop  (cowpea)

T6: Fertilizer dose of main crop  (maize) to both main crop intercrop (cowpea)

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Intercropping systems:Days to maturity for  sole crops,Days to maturity  for  intercrops

Grain/Seed yield of Sole crops,Stalk yield of Sole crops,Grain yield of Main crop,Grain yield of intercrops ,Stalk yields of main crop ,Stalk yield of intercrops,Equivalent Yield of Main crop in the Intercropping system,LER,MAI (Monetary Advantage Index),Economics,

Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE, Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

3.

PHUL/

NM//CROP/ 

2010-13/

OS

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

SCN

Title:Effect of lime and micronutrients on growth and yield of maize-toria sequence

Objectives:

To study the effect of lime and micronutrient (B & Zn)on seedling vigour, growth and yield attributes of maize - Toria

 To study the residual effect of nutrients on subsequent toria crop

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Maize & toria

Treatments :

T1: 100% RDF (80:40:40 kg N:P:K/ha)

T2: RDF + Lime 0.2 LR

T3: RDF + Lime 0.2 LR + B (1.0 kg/ha)

T4: RDF + Lime 0.2 LR + B (2.0 kg/ha)

T5: RDF + Lime 0.2 LR + Zn (2.5 kg/ha)

T6: RDF + Lime 0.2 LR + Zn (5.0 kg/ha)

T7: RDF + Lime 0.2 LR + B (1 kg/ha) + Zn (2.5 kg/ha)

RBD, design 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Plant : GY, SY, HI,  WUE , Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

4.

PHUL/

NM GNUT/ 2010-12/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

BSR

SCN

AM

NS

Title:Nutrient management in groundnut under rainfed condition

Objectives:

To assess the micro-nutrient requirement of groundnut

To assess the productivity and profitability of groundnut under different levels of fertilizer application 

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Groundnut

Treatments :

T1: Recommended dose of NPK (20:40:40 kg/ha)

T2: 100% RDF + Ca inform of   PMS @ 5q/ha

T3: 100% RDF + S in form of   gypsum  @ 30 kg S /ha

T4: 100% RDF + B in form of   Borax @ 12.5 kg/ha

T5: 100% RDF + Ca + S

T6: 100% RDF + Ca + B

T7: 100% RDF + S + B

T8: 100% RDF + Ca + S + B

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Groundnut:Days to 50% flowering,Pods/Plant,Seeds/Pod, Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Haulm yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients,

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

5.

PHUL/

NM/

CROP/ 

2010-LT/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

SCN

Title:Carbon sequestration in rainfed maize-pulse sequence

Objective:

To study the carbon balance of maize-pulse sequence under different nutrient management practices

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Maize-pulse

Treatments :

T1: 100% RD of NPK ( 80:40:40 NPQ kg/ha)

T2 : 100% RDF + Ca inform of   PMS @ 5q/ha

T3: 75% N (inorgonic) + 25%N (FYM)

T4: 50% N (inorganic) + 50%N (FYM)

T5: 75% N (inorgonic) + 25%N (GM)

T6: 50% N (inorgonic) + 50%N (GM)

T7:  100%N (FYM)

T8 : Control

RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Maize: Cobs/Plant,Length of Cob (cm),Days to Maturity,1000 Grain Weight,, Grain yield,

Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,economics,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Pigeonpea:Fruiting branches/Plant,Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/Plant,Seeds/Pod ,Days to Maturity, Seed Yield,Stalk Yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Net Returns

BC Ratio,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Blackgram/Greengram/Peas/Clusterbean/Lentil/Horsegram

Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/Plant,Seed Yield,Stalk Yield,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,

Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

 

S.

No

Code

 

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

RAJK/

NM/

COTT/

2008 - 15/

OS

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

GSS

MSG

VDV

KNA

NSL

 

 

Title Integrated nutrient management in rainfed Bt. cotton

Objectives:

To find out the effect of different treatments on growth parameter, yield attributes and yield of cotton

To study the effect of different treatments on post harvest soil fertility

To arrive an economically viability of different treatments

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Cotton

Treatments :

T1: Absolute control

T2: Compost @ 10 t/ha

T3: 80 kg N/ha (inorganic)

T4: 80 kg N + 40 kg P/ha

T5: 80 kg N + 40 kg K/ha

T6: 80 kg N + 40 kg P + 40kgK/ha

T7: 80 kg N + 40 kg P + Gypsum @ 250 kg/ha

T8: 80 kg N + Castor cake @ 500kg/ha 

T9: 80 kg N + Compost @ 10 t/ha + Castor cake @ 500 kg/ha + Biofertilizer (Azotobacter + PSM)

T10. Compost @ 10 t/ha + Vermi- compost @ 1 t/ha + castor cake @ 500 kg/ha + Biofertilzer  (Azotobacter + PSM). 

        RBD, 4 Reps

Note: 80 kg N/ha will be applied in 3 splits i.e.. 20 kg N as basal; 40 kg N as top dress at 35 DAS; and 20 kg N/ha at 60-65 DAS

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

 Cotton : as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, S Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis

2.

RAJK/

NM/

GNUT/

2010 – LT/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

GSS

MSG

VNP

 

Title Evaluation of organics in kharif groundnut

Objectives:

To study the effect of organic farming techniques on growth, yield and yield attributes of kharif groundnut

To find out the economically viable treatment of organic farming for kharif groundnut

To study the effect of organic farming on soil physic-chemical and biological properties of soil

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Groundnut (GG-5)

Treatments :T1: Bijamrit (water 20 lit.+ Cow  dung 5 kg + cow Urine 5 lit +  lemon  juice 50 ml) seed  treatment for 100 kg seed

  T2: Jivamrit (water 200 lit. + Cow  dung 10 kg + cow Urine 10 lit +  Deshi Jaggary 2 kg + 2 kg Flour     of any pulses ( Kidney bean,    chickpea, greengram, blackgram) + handful  soil from rhizosphere area of banyan tree)

T3:Solid Jivamrit (Cow dung 100  Kg + Deshi Jaggary 2 Kg + 2  kg Flour of any pulses

      (Kidenybean, chickpea, greengram, blackgram) + handful soil from  rhizosphere area of banyan tree

T4: FYM@ 6 t/ha. Insect and   pest will be controlled by Bio   pesticide

T5 : Enriched compost   @ 3 t/ha

T6 : RDF (12.5-25-0 kg NPK/ ha.) +Rec. Insecticide and      Fungicide (outside  organic  plot)

T7 : Absolute control

RBD,     3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Groundnut

(as given earlier)

Uptake N, P, K, S, Micro nutrients nodulation

Other parameters: Economic analysis

3.

RAJK/

NM/

SESA/

2011 - 15/

OS

 

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

GSS

MSG

VDV

NSL

KNA

 

Title:Phosphorus management in sesame under rainfed condition.

Objectives :

To study the effect of phosphorus  sources     and  management for kharif sesame.

To find out the economic of phosphorus management in  kharif sesame.

To asses the effect of phosphorus management on content and uptake of nutrients.

To find out effect of phosphorus management on post harvest soil fertility.

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Sesame

Treatments :

T1:  Absolute control

T2: 25 kg P2O5/ha (DAP)

T3: 25 kg P2O5/ha (SSP)

T4: 25 kg P2O5/ha (Rockphosphate)

T5: 25 kg P2O5/ha (Rock phosphate)  + PSM

T6: 50 kg P2O5/ha (DAP)

T7:  50 kg P2O5/ha (SSP)

T8: 50kg P2O5/ha (Rock    phosphate)

T9: 50kg P2O5/ha (Rock phosphate) + PSM

T10: RDN + S equal to 25 kg  SSP (Gypsum)

T11: RDN + S equal to 50       kg SSP (Gypsum)

T12: RDN + 40 kgK2O/ha

Note:  Apply 50 kg N /ha to all treatments

 RBD,     3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :Initial soil fertility,OC, N, P, K, S, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency, balance,(buildup)

Plant : Sesame : No. of Capsules/Plant,Days to maturity,1000 Seed weight

Seed yield,Stalk Yield,Harvest Index,Economics,RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis

4.

RAJK/

NM/

GNUT/

2012 - 16/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

GSS

VDV

KNA

 

Title:Effect of nutrients management modules for minimizing drought impact and groundnut yield maximization in rain fed regions.

Objectives:

To study the foliar supply of nutrients enable the plants to cope up dry spell

To study the foliar spray of nutrients in groundnut for overcoming dry spells and for better growth of the crops

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Groundnut

Treatments :

T1: Absolute control

T2: Water spray- no nutrients

T3: Foliar spray of water soluble fertilizer @ 1 % (19:19:19 NPK) at 30 -35 DAS

T4: Foliar spray of deficient micronutrients (Fe & Zn) at 1 % at 30-35 DAS

T5: Foliar spray of water soluble fertilizer and deficient micronutrients at 30-35 DAS

T6: Foliar spray of selenium @ 20 g/ha at 30-35 DAS

T7: Foliar spray of 2 % Urea at 30-35 DAS

T8: Foliar spray of KNO3 2 % at 30-35 DAS

T9: Foliar spray of KNO3 2 % at 60 DAS

T10: Foliar spray of 2 % of Urea  30-35 DAS

      + KNO3 2 % at 60 DAS

RBD,   3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency, Nutrient balance

Groundnut : as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis,nodulation

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

RAKH/ NM/

CROP/

1995-LT/ OS

 

PI&Co-PIs

 

VA

MS

VG

BS

JK

(Continue)

Title :Permanent manurial trial in maize based cropping system

Objectives:

To evaluate the efficiency of balanced fertilizers compared with different combinations of organics and inorganics

To find out suitable combinations of organics and inorganics for maize in Kandi belt

To minimize the use of inorganic fertilizers

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Maize - Gobi Sarson, Chickpea

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: 100% NPK (60:40:20 kg/ha)

T3: 50% NPK   (30:20:10 kg/ha)

T4: 50% N (crop residue)

T5: 50% N (FYM)

T6: 50% NPK + 50% N (crop   residue)

T7: 50% NPK + 50% N (FYM)

T8: FYM @ 10 t /ha

T9: 100% NPK + 20 kg ZnSo4/ha

T10: Farmers method (FYM @ 4 t/ha + 40 kg N/ha urea)

 RBD,  Reps:4

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K,S, Ca, Mg, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Maize: as given earlier

Gobi Sarson:Days to 50% flowering,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity,Seed yield

Haulm yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Chickpea:Days to 50% flowering,No.of nodules/Nodules fresh weight,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Stalk yield ,Harvest Index,

100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg

Other parameters:Economic analysis


2.

RAKH/ NM/CROP/ 2013-17/OS

PI&Co-PIs

 

BS

VA

MS

JK

VG

(NEW)

Title :Effect of Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System on  soil health and crop performance in pearl millet-Gobhi sarson under rainfed areas

Objectives:

To study the effect of inorganic and organic nutrient supply system on the productivity of rainfed pearl-millet

To study the residual effect of inorganic and organics on crop performance of gobhi sarson

To study the impact of different inorganic and organics on physical and chemical properties of soil

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Pearl millet-Gobhi sarson

T1: Control

T2: 100% RDF NPK

T3: 75% N (inorganic) + 25% N (FYM)

T4: 50% N (inorganic) + 50% N (FYM)

T5 :100% N FYM

T6 :75% N (inorganic) + 25% N (VC)

T7: 50% N (inorganic) + 50% N (VC)

T8: 100% N (VC)

P and K- Recommended doses

  RBD,  Reps: 3

Observations/Analysis :

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Pearl millet:Tillers/Plant,Grain Weight/ Earhead (g) ,Days to Maturity,Grain yield,

Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Gobi Sarson:As given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall, Economic analysis

 

S.

No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1

REWA/

NM/

CROP/

1999 – LT/

OS

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

SMS

NKJ

Title Integrated nutrient supply system for rainfed semi-arid tropics

Objectives:

To assess the effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers on productivity of different crop sequences

To monitor the changes in soil physical, chemical and biological properties

Crop/Treatments

Crops: (i) Rice – Wheat; (ii) Black gram–Chickpea; (iii) Rice- Black gram/Wheat – Chickpea

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2 : 100% N (inorganic)

T3 : 100% N (organic)

T4 : 50% N (inorganic) +  50% N (compost)

T5 : 50% N (inorganic) +  25% N (compost)

T6 : 25% N (inorganic) +  25% N (compost)

T7 : 50% N (inorganic) +   50% N (compost) + Rhizobium – Legume/Azotobctor

T8: 25% N (inorganic) +   50% N  (compost) +  Rhizobium/Azotobactor

T9: 50% N (inorganic) +  50% N (compost) + Rhizobium/ Azotobactor

      RBD, 4 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance,

Nutrient balance

Rice: Plant height,No. of tillers/Plant (or m2), Days to 50%  flowering

Days to Maturity,Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight

Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Wheat: Tillers/Plant,Days to 50%  flowering,Days to Maturity,Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain WeightEconomics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Blackgram : as given earlier

Chickpea: Days to 50% flowering,No. of nodules/Nodules resh weight,Pods/Plant,Days to Maturity,Seed yield,Stalk yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Uptake N, P, K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

2

REWA/

NM/

CROP/

2004 - LT/

OS PI &

Co-PIs

SMS

NKJ

 

 

 

 

Title Organic farming package for

rice- chickpea sequence cropping system

Objectives:

To assess the suitability of different organic fertilizer for sustainable productivity and profitability of rice-chickpea system

To assess soil quality with different combinations of inorganic and organic fertilizers

Crop/Treatments

Crops: Rice – chickpea

Treatments :

T1: 50% recommended NPK + 50%  N (FYM)

T2: Different organic sources each equivalent to 1/3 recommended (FYM + vermi compost +nonedible oil cake)

T3: T2 + Interculture/ intercropping of chickpea with mustard

T4: T2 + agronomic practices for chemical pesticides  & herbicides

T5: 50% N as (FYM/ other  organic Sources) + bio-fertilizer for N+ rock phosphate  requirement  of  crop + PSB

T6: T2 + biofertilizers containing N & P carriers

T7: 100% NPK+secondary & micronutrients

T8: Control       

 RBD, 4 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,Carbon balance,Nutrient balance

Plant :

Rice: as given earlier

Chickpea : as given earlier

Uptake N,P,K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

3

REWA/

NM/

CROP/

2011 - 14/

OS

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

SMS

NKJ

Title Effect of balanced nutrition on rainfed soybean

Objectives:

To evaluate suitable combination of fertilizer together with micronutrients for productivity and profitability of crops

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Soybean, chickpea

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: Recommended NPK+ Rhizobium

T3:  Recommended NPK + Zn @ 20 kg/ha

T4: Recommended NPK + S @ 20 kg/ha

T5: Recommended NPK + Zn + S

T6: Recommended NPK + Boron @ 10 kg/ha

T7:  Recommended NPK + Zn 20 kg/ha + Boron 10 kg/ha

T8:  Recommended NPK + S 20 kg/ha + Boron 10 kg/ha T9:e

T9:  Recommended NPK + Zn + S +  Boro

s RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance,

Nutrient balance

Plant :

Soybean : as given earlier

Chickpea: as given earlier

Uptake N,P,K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

4

REWA/

NM/

CROP/

2011 - 14/

OS

 

 

 

Title Effect of  integrated nutrient management on productivity and profitability of soybean - chickpea sequence   

Objective:

To assess the effect of organic and inorganic fertilizer on productivity and profitability of crops

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Soybean – chickpea

Treatments :

T1: Control

T2: 100% RDF (20:40:20  NPK)

T3:   50% N (organic) +  25% N (inorganic) + P (40 kg/ha) + K (20 kg/ha)

T4: 75% N (organic + 25%   N (inorganic) + P + K

T5:  25% N (organic + 75% N  (inorganic) + P + K

T6: 100%recommended N (organic)    without P

T7:100% recommended N   (inorganic) without P

T8: 100% recommended N   (organic) without  P + PSB

T9: 100% recommended N  (inorganic) without P +PSB

      RBD, 4 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, SN,SP SK, Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,Carbon balance,

Nutrient balance

Soybean: as given earlier

Chickpea: as given earlier

Uptake N,P,K, Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1

SKNA/

INM/

CROP/

1988 -LT/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PI

JJP

NIP

RNS

CRK

Title: Long term manurial trial pearlmillet/clusterbean/ castor rotation

Objectives:

To reduce or partially substitute   inorganic N through integrated use of manure for crops 

To sustain soil fertility on long term basis

To identify a sustainable fertilizer treatment for maximum productivity and profitability

Crop/Treatments

Crop: Pearlmillet, Clusterbean, Castor

Treatments:

T1: Control

T2: 100% recommended N(urea)

T3: 50% recommended   N (urea)

T4: 50% recommended   N (FYM)

T5: 50% recommended N (urea)  +  50% RDF N (FYM)

T6:  Farmers’ method (FYM @ 5 t/ha)  (once  in 3 years) (recommended N  for pearlmillet 80  kg/ha; Clusterbean:  20 kg/ha; and  castor: 60 kg/ha)

RBD, 4 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Pearlmillet:Tillers/Plant,Grain Weight/ Earhead (g) ,Days to Maturity,Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,

Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month), RWUE

Clusterbean:Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/Plant,Seed Yield,Stalk Yield,100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,

Castor:Capsules/Plant, Seeds/Capsule ,Days to Maturity,Seed yield

Haulm yield ,Harvest Index,100 Seed Weight Economics,

Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm) ,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop,duration of each dry,spell (mention days and month)

RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters:

 Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

2.

SKNA/ INM/

CROP/

2008 - 5015/

OS

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PI

NIP

JJP

RNS

 

Title Organic farming in sesame under North Gujarat condition

Objectives:

Soil quality, biodiversity and fertility in organic farming system

Standard organic farming and quality market for organic produce

Market development and assessment of organic produce for export

Evaluation of organic/ biodynamic farming vs integrated nutrient and pest management

Crop/Treatments:

Crop : Sesame/ Greengram

Treatments:

T1: Control

T2: 100%RDF (chemical fertiliser)

T3: 100% RDF (FYM)

T4: 100% RDF (Vermi-compost)

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Sesame:No. of Capsules/Plant,Days to maturity,1000 Seed weight,Seed yield, Stalk Yield,Harvest Index,Economics,RWUE

 Greengram:Days to 50 % flowering,Pods/Plant,Seed Yield,Stalk Yield

100 Seed Weight ,Economics,Crop Seasonal Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month), RWUE,Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters:Moisture availability at different crop growing

stages, Economic analysis

3.

SKNA/ INM/MAIZE/2010-2014/OS

 

 

 

 

PI &

Co-PI

JJP

NIP

CRK

BTP

IMP

RNS

Title Effect of foliar application of plant nutrients on yield of maize

Objectives:

To correct of micronutrients deficiency in maize crop.

To increase the crop production by correcting micronutrients deficiency.

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Maize

Treatments:

T1: Water sprays

T2: ZnSO4 spray @0.5 %

T3 : ZnSO4 spray @ 1.0 %

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T5:  FeSO4 spray @1.0 % +  citric This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it %

T6:  ZnSO4 spray @0.5 % + FeSO4 spray @0.5 %

T7 : Urea spray @ 1.5  %

T8 : Ammonium sulphate  spray @ 1.0 %

Note:

1) Three sprays of above treatments will be imposed on 30,40 and 50 DAS and

2) Sprays of FeSO4 and ZnSO4  @ 0.5 %and 1.0 % to be imposed along with 0.25 % Lime solution

Note:  Recommended dose:  N :80 kg/ha

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Maize :Cobs/Plant,Length of Cob (cm),Days to Maturity,1000 Grain Weight, Grain yield, Straw yield, Harvest Index,1000 Grain Weight,

Economics,No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month), RWUE

Other parameters:

Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

4.

SKNA/ INM/ Sorghum /2010-2014

/OS PI &

Co-PI

NIP

JJP

CRK

BTP

IMP

RNS

 

 

 

Title Effect of foliar and soil application of micronutrients on yield of sorghum.

Objectives:

To balance nutrients through inclusion of micronutrients

To increase the crop production by correcting micronutrients deficiency.

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Sorghum

Treatments:

T1: Three Water sprays

T2: Three Foliar sprays of FeSO4 @ 0.5 % +citric acid @0.05 %

T3: Three Foliar sprays of ZnSO4@ 0.5 %

T4: Three Foliar sprays of FeSO4 @0 .5 % + ZnSO4@ 0.5 % + citric acid  @0.05 %

T5: 12.5 kg FeSO4 /ha as soil application

T6:  7.5  kg ZnSO4 /ha as soil application

T7:  12.5 kg FeSO4  /ha as soil application + Three sprays of FeSO4 @0.5 %

T8:  7.5  kg ZnSO4 /ha as soil application+  Three  sprays of ZnSO4 @0.5 %

Note: Sprays of FeSO4 @0.5 % and ZnSO4 spray @ 0.5 % to be imposed along with 0.25 % lime solution at 30,40 and  50 DAS

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Sorghum:Days to Maturity,Grain yield, Straw yield,Harvest Index,

1000 Grain Weight,Economics,Crop Seasonal,Rainfall (mm)

No. of Dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE

Other parameters:

Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

5

SKNA/ INM/

CAST/

2013 – 2018/ OS

 

 

PI &

Co-PI

NIP

JJP

CRK

RNS

 

Title Integrated nitrogen management in Castor under rainfed condition

Objectives:

To reduce or partially substitute inorganic fertilizer through integrated use of manure in rainfed Castor

To sustain the soil fertility on long term basis

To find out the effect of organic and inorganic fertilizer on growth and yield

To work out the economics of different treatments

Crop/Treatments

Crop : Castor

Treatments:

 T1 : 100% RDF through chemical  fertilizer (50% as basal + 50% at 30-40 DAS)

T2: 50%RDF through chemical  fertilizer + 50% through FYM

T3: 50% RDF through chemical  fertilizer  + 50% through Castor cake

T4: 50% RDF through chemical  fertilizer + 50% through Vermi compost

T5: 50% RDF through chemical  fertilizer + 25% through FYM + Azotobactor (Azo -8)+ PSB

T6: 50% RDF through chemical  fertilizer s + 50% through Castorcake + Azotobactor (Azo -8)+ PSB

T7: 50% RDF through

chemical  fertilizer + 50% throughVermi compost+ Azotobactor (Azo -8)+ PSB

Note: 30 kg P2O5 will be applied as common dose

RDN: 60 kg/ha and Fix site of the experiment      

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Castor : as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters:

 Moisture availability at different crop growing stages, Economic analysis

 

S. No.

Code

Title/Objectives/ Crop/Treatments/ Observations/Analysis

1.

SOLA/

NM / SORG/

1987 - LT/

OS

 

 

PI &

Co-PIs

BDT

ABP

DRM

JRK

 

Title Recycling of crop  residue in the soil and its subsequent effect on performance of rabi sorghum

Objectives:

Study the feasibility of use of crop residue in the field and its subsequent effect on the crop yield

To assess the effect of crop residue on physico-chemical properties of soil

To study the effect of soil quality indicators

To study the economics

Carbon sequestration

Nutrient balance

Response studies during low, high and normal rainfall

Crop/Treatments

Crop: rabi sorghum

Treatments :

1) Control

2) 25 kg N/ha (urea)

3) 25 kg N/ha  (urea)

4) 25 kg N/ha (crop residue)

5) 25 kg N/ha (FYM)

6) 25 kg N/ha (crop residue) + 25 kg N/ha  (urea)

7) 25 kg N/ha (FYM) + 25 kg N/ha (urea)  

8) 25 kg N/ha (crop residue) + 25 kg N/ha (Leucaena)

9) 25 kg N/ha (Leucaena)

10) 25 kg N/ha (Leucaena) + 25 kg N/ha (urea)

      RBD, 3 Reps

Observations/Analysis

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Sorghum: as given earlier

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Economic analysis

2.

SOLA/

NM / SORG/

2012 - 17/

OS

 

PI &

Co-PIs

BDT

ABP

DRM

JRK

 

Title Nutrient management for minimizing drought impact and yield maximization of rabi sorghum on vertisol under dryland conditions

Objectives:

To generate nutrient management module for minimizing drought impact and yield maximization of rabi sorghum

To study the effect of nutrient management module on nutrient uptake by rabi sorghum

To study the effect of nutrient management module on soil fertility status

Crop/Treatments

Crop :  rabi sorghum

Treatments :

T1 : Absolute control

T2 : RDF (50:25:25 NPK kg/ha)

T3 : Water sprays at 35 and 55 DAS

T4 : Foliar sprays of 1 % water soluble NPK fertilizer (19:19:19) at 35 and 55 DAS

T5 : Foliar sprays of 0.5 % ZnSO4 at 35 and 55 DAS

T6 : Foliar sprays 2% urea at 35 and 55 DAS

T7 : Foliar sprays 1% DAP at 35 and 55 DAS

T8 : Foliar sprays 1% KNO3 at 35 and 55 DAS

T9 : Foliar spray of Selenium @ 20g/ha  at 35 and 55 DAS

Note :

RDF : 50:25:25 NPK kg/ha will be apllied to treatment No 3 to 9

All other agronomic package of practices will

be followed while raising the crop.

Observations/Analysis

Soil :Initial soil analysis,OC, Nutrient use efficiency, 

Sorghum as above

Uptake N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg Micro nutrients

Other parameters: Crop seasonal rainfall,Economic analysis,Drought tolerance plant growth parameters ,Root growth

Root: Shoot ratio

If possible Leaf water potential and florescence meter reading

 

S.

No.

Code

Title/ Objectives/ Crop/Treatments /Observations

5.

VARA/

NM/ Rice-Lent./ 1985/

OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

ND

 

Title Studies on conjunctive use of organic and inorganic sources of nutrients rice-lentil system

Objective:

To find out long term effect of inorganic and organic source of nutrients on productivity of crops and soil quality

Crop/Treatments

Crops : Rice – Lentil

Treatments

T1 : Control

T2 : 100% RDF

T3 : 50% RDF

T4 : 50% N (FYM)

T5 : 50% N (urea) + 50% of    recommended    N (in foliar form)

T6 : 100% N (FYM)

T7 : 50% RDF + 50% N (FYM)

T8: Farmer’s practice (20 kg N/ha)

      RBD, 3 Reps 

Observations

Soil :OC, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg micro nutrients, Nutrient use efficiency,  Carbon balance, Nutrient balance

Rice and Lentil: as given earlier

 

 

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