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Influence of Biomethanated Spentwash and Chemical Fertilizers on Productivity and Quality of Soybean-Wheat Cropping Sequence

B. M. Kamble and A. N. Deshpande

  • Page No:  356 - 362
  • Published online: 07 Sep 2014
  • DOI : 10.5958/0976-4038.2014.00580.6

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  •  bmkamble2007@rediffmail.com

A field experiment was conducted on effect of one time controlled application of primary treated biomethanated spentwash (PBSW) and chemical fertilizers on yield and quality of soybean -wheat cropping sequence on Inceptisol. The field experiment was though initiated during 2007-08 observations were recorded during third (2009- 10) and fourth years (2010-11) of experimentation. The experiment was laid out in a RBD with five treatments viz., recommended dose (RD)-NPK, 100% RD of N through PBSW without P chemical fertilizer, 100% RD of N through PBSW+remaining P through chemical fertilizer, 50% RD of N through PBSW+remaining N and P through chemical fertilizers and 25% RD of N through PBSW+remaining N and P through chemical fertilizers with four replications. The higher oil and protein yield of soybean was observed in 100% RD-NPK and 25% RD of N through PBSW+remaining N and P through chemical fertilizers, respectively. Lower doses of PBSW @ 25% RD of N through PBSW+remaining N and P through chemical fertilizers improved the lysine, methionine and tryptophan content of soybean and protein, dry gluten, carbohydrate and net protein utilization of wheat. Application of 25% RD N-through PBSW well before sowing for soybean and wheat+remaining N and P through chemical fertilizers was increased grain yield and improved the quality parameters of soybean and wheat. 

Keywords :   Primary treated biomethanated spentwash, quality, yield, soybean, wheat 


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Kamble BM, Deshp AN, e . Influence of Biomethanated Spentwash and Chemical Fertilizers on Productivity and Quality of Soybean-Wheat Cropping Sequence IJBSM [Internet]. 07Sep.2014[cited 8Feb.2022];5(1):356-362. Available from: http://www.pphouse.org/ijbsm-article-details.php?article=471

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