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Vol. 8, Special Issue 3, Part C (2024)

Role of planting patterns and weed control methods on quality of transplanted African Sarson (Brassica carinata A.)

Author(s): Harmanpreet Kaur Gill, Vinay Kumar Mashkey and Toko Manna
Abstract: The experiment was conducted at Lovely Professional University, Phagwara on “Role of Planting Patterns and Weed Control Methods on quality of Transplanted African Sarson”. The field study was conducted in Split Plot Design with three planting patterns in main plot (Flat bed, Raised bed one row, raised bed two row) and five weed control treatments in sub plot (T1= Straw mulch 8 ton/ha, T2= Plastic mulch black, T3= Plastic mulch white, T4= Hand weeding 30 DAT, T5 = Weedy check). The crop gave significantly higher yield with bed one row 1520.6 kg/ha and quality parameters also increased with bed one row. The chlorophyll content recorded at 45 and 75 DAT was higher in bed one row. The oil yield and protein content was significantly more with use of black mulch weed control treatment and also higher in bed one row planting method than flat and bed two row. The oil yield, chlorophyll content, oil content and protein content was recorded significantly higher in black mulch than all weed control treatments as compared to unweeded (control).
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How to cite this article:
Harmanpreet Kaur Gill, Vinay Kumar Mashkey, Toko Manna. Role of planting patterns and weed control methods on quality of transplanted African Sarson (Brassica carinata A.). Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(3S):198-200. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i3Sc.756
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