Integrated Nutrient Management on Performance of Rice in Terraced Land

Manoj Dutta and Roba Sangtam

  • Page No:  107 - 112
  • Published online: 07 Mar 2014
  • DOI : 10.5958/j.0976-4038.5.1.021

  • Abstract
  •  manojdutta1997@yahoo.com

Twelve treatments involving N, P and K (NPK) fertilizers, farmyard manure (FYM), poultry litter, forest litter, Azospirillum and Zn either alone or in combinations were applied continuously for ten years to evaluate the effect of integrated nutrient management practices on performance of upland rice in a terraced land. The plant height, numbers of tillers and productive tillers increased significantly in all the treatments whereas, grain yield increased significantly in all the treatments except ½N+PK and Forest litter burned+½ FYM over control. Among different nutrient management practices, NPK+Poultry litter produced maximum grain and straw yield. The grain yield in NPK+Poultry litter, NPK+FYM+Zn, NPK+FYM and NPK+Forest litter increased significantly (55.9, 45.7, 37.0 and 29.8%, respectively) as compared to addition of NPK alone. Increase in straw yield in different nutrient management practices ranged from 22.0 to 130.0%. The uptake of N, P and K was significantly higher in treatments where NPK was added with FYM and poultry litter. The average contribution towards apparent recovery of N, P and K from FYM was 36.4, 56.2 and 69.2%; from poultry litter 43.5, 27.7 and 85.9%; and from forest litter 80.4, 98.8 and 44.7%, respectively. After a decade of continuous cultivation, NPK+Poultry litter was found to be the best nutrient management practice that can be adopted for cultivation of upland rice on terraced land followed by NPK+FYM+Zn and NPK+FYM. 

Keywords :   Terraced land, performance of rice, nutrient management 


Cite

1.
Dutta  <, Sangtam R. Integrated Nutrient Management on Performance of Rice in Terraced Land IJBSM [Internet]. 07Mar.2014[cited 8Feb.2022];5(1):107-112. Available from: http://www.pphouse.org/ijbsm-article-details.php?article=425

People also read

Research Article

Cultural Parameters of Xanthomonas  cucurbitae Causing Bacterial Leaf Spot of Bottle Gourd and Pumpkin

Sujata Kumari, Kumud Jarial, R. S. Jarial and Savita Jandaik

Xanthomonas cucurbitae, cultural characteristics, bacterial spot, cucurbits

Published Online : 14 May 2020

Review Article

Impact of Cereal+legume Intercropping Systems on Productivity and Soil Health -A Review

Ankita Begam, Ramyajit Mondal, Susanta Dutta and Hirak Banerjee

Cereal, intercropping, legume, sole crop, yield, soil health

Published Online : 30 Jun 2020