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Exploring Yield Potential of Raphanussativus L. By Various Organic Matter Sources

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Zaheer Ahmad1, Khawaja Masood Iqbal2, Mujahid Ali3,*, Muhammad Nazar4, Karim Yar Abbasi3, Muhammad Ali5, Muhammad Irfan Ashraf3

1Vegetable Research Farm SinghriBhimber, Department of Agriculture, Bhimber, Government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

2Fruit and Vegetable Section, Department of Agriculture, Bhimber, Government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

3Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-38000, Pakistan.

4Department of Agriculture, Bhimber, Government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

5Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences & Technology, Bahaud-dinZakariya University Multan-60800, Pakistan.

*Corresponding author: Mujahid Ali

Abstract

An experiment was conducted in order evaluate the influence of various organic matter sources on radish crop at Vegetable Research Farm Singri, Bhimber Azad Kashmir, during October, 2018. The experiment was replicated three times with 4 treatments (control, chicken manure, FYM and leaf compost). The lowest non-significant results for days to germination (6.00) were observed in chicken manure and highest (8.33) in control treatment. The maximum significantly high yield was obtained where organic matter sources (chicken manure, FYM and leaf compost) were applied and significantly low yield was observed in control treatment. The non-significantly high yield (4541g, 4665g and 4599g) was obtained in chicken manure, FYM and leaf compost respectively which was significantly low (3953g) in control treatments related with vegetative growth (number of leaves and leaf length) that was more where organic fertilizer was applied. It was proved that chicken manure was best for vegetative growth of radish as well as its root growth development and FYM and leaf compost results for yield was almost same and highest under the agro-climatic conditions of district Bhimber, Azad Kashmir. Pakistan.

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Exploring Yield Potential of Raphanussativus L. By Various Organic Matter Sources

How to cite this paper: Zaheer Ahmad, Khawaja Masood Iqbal, Mujahid Ali, Muhammad Nazar, Karim Yar Abbasi, Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Irfan Ashraf. (2020) Exploring Yield Potential of Raphanussativus L. By Various Organic Matter Sources. Advance in Biological Research1(1), 40-44.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/abr.2020.11.001

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