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Influence of Rhizobium and Phosphate Solubilizing Bacteria on N and P accumulation by Lathyrus (Lathyrus sativus L.) Under Climatic Conditions of Chhattisgarh Plains

Author(s): Sahu B, Singh AK and Chaubey AK

The present investigation was carried out in the, Collage of Agriculture and Research station, Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidylaya, Janjgir-Champa, during the year 2017-18 Rabi Season to study the Influence of Rhizobium and phosphate solubilizing bacteria on performance of field grown Lathyrus (Lathyrus sativus L.) under climatic conditions of Chhattisgarh plains. In the present investigation total 8 treatments T1 Control (No inoculum no fertilizer), T2-Recommended Dose of Fertilizer (N:P:K::20:40:20), T3-Rhi.HG-25+PSB-H-27, T4 Rhi.HG-25+Korba PSB-118, T5-Rhi.L-3 Lathyrus+ PSB-H-27, T6 Rhi.L-3 Lathyrus+Korba PSB-118, T7- Rhi.L-11 Lathyrus+PSB-H-27, T8 Rhi.L-11Lathyrus+Korba PSB-118 and replication three. The highest total N uptake was observed in Treatment T8 (73.12 kg/ha) followed by Treatment T3 (Rhi.HG-25+PSB-H-27) 70.17 (kg/ha) and least total N uptake was observed in T1 control (32.22 kg/ha). The highest total P uptake was observed in Treatment T4 (Rhi.HG-25+Korba PSB-118) 4.39 kg/ha followed by Treatment T8 (3.74 kg/ha) and least total P uptake was observed in T1 control (1.59 kg/ha).

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