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Vol. 8, Special Issue 1, Part G (2024)

Nutritional and cooking quality of organically grown black gram

Author(s): Krutika Subodh Patel, PK Dubey, AR Kaswala, AP Italiya and Neethu TM
Abstract: The field trial was conducted out in summer season of the year 2021 on black gram cv. GU 3 at Organic Farm, ASPEE College of Horticulture, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari, Gujarat. The different organic nutrient sources used in the experiment were given through soil application and foliar application. The soil application of viz., S1:100% RDN through NADEP compost, S2: Ghan-jivamrut @ 500 kg/ha and S3: Ghan-jivamrut @ 500 kg/ha + Jivamrut @ 500 l/ha was given while for foliar application which was done thrice at 15, 30 and 45 days after sowing, the treatments were viz., F0: Control, F1: Novel organic liquid nutrient @ 1 percent and F2: Moringa leaf extract @ 3 percent. From the result it was revealed that the protein content and the cooking quality of black gram did not significantly differ due to the various organic nutrient sources. However, the S3and F2treatment recorded the maximum protein content. The cooking quality i.e. hydration capacity, hydration index and swelling capacity was recorded numerically highest for the S1 treatment as compared to other soil application treatments. From the foliar application of different treatments, the F2 treatment recorded maximum hydration index, swelling capacity and the swelling index. So, from the above observations the soil application of 100 percent RDN through NADEP compost and foliar application of the Moringa leaf extract @ 3 percent would be benefitted to improve the quality of the black gram.
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How to cite this article:
Krutika Subodh Patel, PK Dubey, AR Kaswala, AP Italiya, Neethu TM. Nutritional and cooking quality of organically grown black gram. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(1S):476-481. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i1Sg.371
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