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Impact of different Fertilizer Combinations on the Biochemical Parameters of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

Abstract

Muzafer Ahmad Sheikh, Pinky Dwivedi

In order to estimate the comparative impact of organic manure (Vermicompost, Farmyard manure), chemical fertilizers (NPK, Urea) and their combinations on protein and carbohydrate content of Wheat during different growth stages, an experiment was conducted by using Randomized Block Design (RBD) with three replications. The results revealed that at 15 days after sowing protein content of wheat (leaves) recorded maximum (15.73 mg/gm) in 10% Vermicompost +100 gm NPK fertilizer treatment and minimum (7.92 mg/gm) in control. However at 60 days after sowing it was reported maximum (17.92 mg/gm) in 10% Vermicompost +100 gm NPK fertilizer combination and minimum (9.68 mg/gm) in control. In the wheat grains, protein content was maximum (127.42 mg/gm) in 10% Vermicompost +100 gm NPK followed by 10% VC+100 gm urea (123.59 mg/gm) and minimum (87.53 mg/gm) in control. Moreover, the carbohydrate content of plant leaves at 15 days after sowing was recorded maximum (37.52 mg/gm) in 10% Vermicompost +100 gm NPK treatment and minimum (19.35 mg/gm) in control. However at 60 days after sowing it was observed maximum (39.74 mg/gm) in 10% VC+100 gm NPK and minimum (21.41 mg/gm) in control. Furthermore in grains, the carbohydrate content was observed maximum (496.72 mg/gm) in 10% FYM+100 gm NPK followed by 10% VC+100 gm urea (488.61 mg/gm).

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