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Vol. 7, Issue 2, Part D (2023)

Study the response of bio-stimulants and micronutrient for growth, yield and quality attributes in chilli (Capsicum frutescens l.) var. Pusa Jwala

Author(s): Mayank Singh, Kunal Adhikary, Hiral Vinodbhai Gundaniya, Vinod Jatav and Kartikey Acharya
Abstract: Capsicum frutescens L. belongs to the Solanaceae family, which is also known as the nightshade family. It originated in Mexico and was naturalized by ancient peoples in various regions of Southern, Central, and Northern America more than five times. In recent years, climate change has had an impact on farming, establishing previously unrecognized limitations and goals. Bio stimulants are ecologically friendly compounds that help plants. Plant bio stimulants, also known as agricultural bio stimulants, are a diverse group of substances that can be applied to the environment of a plant to promote plant growth, nutrition, and abiotic and biotic stress tolerance. The experiment was carried out in a Randomized Block - Design with three replications throughout the Rabi season of 2022-2023 to evaluate the performance of three bio stimulants (Neem, Moringa, and Hibiscus) with Boron from T0 to T7. The tests found that the number of primary branches per plant ranged from 2.60 to 4.35, with T7 (Neem+ Moringa+ Hibiscus Leaves Extract 0.25%+ Boric acid 0.50%) achieving the highest result of 4.35. Based on data that showed the plant's height ranged from 55.24 to 58.29 cm, we discovered that T7 performed the best of all treatments, measuring 58.29 cm. T7 was shown to be the most successful treatment overall, with a fruit per plant range of 8.25 to 10.40. According to data ranging from 0.264 to 0.496 gm, T7 produced the most fruit per plant, with an average weight of 0.496 gm.
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How to cite this article:
Mayank Singh, Kunal Adhikary, Hiral Vinodbhai Gundaniya, Vinod Jatav, Kartikey Acharya. Study the response of bio-stimulants and micronutrient for growth, yield and quality attributes in chilli (Capsicum frutescens l.) var. Pusa Jwala. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2023;7(2):265-272. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2023.v7.i2Sd.221
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