Response of Kabuli Chickpea (Cicer kabulinum L.) Varieties to Seed Inoculation with Biofertilizers and Supplementation with Molybdenum

Mukesh Barfa

R.A.K College of Agriculture, Sehore, Madhya Pradesh-466001, India.

Monika Chouhan *

R.A.K College of Agriculture, Sehore, Madhya Pradesh-466001, India.

Neelendra Singh Verma

Department of Agronomy, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh-482004, India.

Bhumika Singh lodhi

Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, College of Agriculture, Indore, RVSKVV, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Amit Kumar Jha

Department of Agronomy, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh-482004, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

The present investigation was conducted during rabi season 2016-17 at ICARDA, Amlaha farm, Sehore to study the supplementation of Mo along with Rhizobium + PSB inoculation in chickpea cultivars on biological nitrogen fixation and productivity. Research title “Response of Kabuli Chickpea (Cicer kabulinum L.) Varieties to Seed Inoculation with Biofertilizers and Supplementation with Molybdenum”. Six inoculants, with two kabuli chickpea varieties evaluated in Factorial randomized block design (FRBD) with three replications. The results of present study revealed The seed inoculation, I6Rh.+ PSB + Mo@1 g AMkg-1 seed  was found best among other inoculants with respect to productivity and profitability in chickpea, and Variety Phule G 0517 produced higher values of growth and yield attributing .

Keywords: Seed inoculation, AM-Ammonium Molybdate, chickpea, rhizobium, varieties


How to Cite

Barfa , Mukesh, Monika Chouhan, Neelendra Singh Verma, Bhumika Singh lodhi, and Amit Kumar Jha. 2023. “Response of Kabuli Chickpea (Cicer Kabulinum L.) Varieties to Seed Inoculation With Biofertilizers and Supplementation With Molybdenum”. International Journal of Environment and Climate Change 13 (11):3222-29. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijecc/2023/v13i113494.

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