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Vol. 8, Issue 5, Part K (2024)

Foliar application of Boron and Molybdenum in cauliflower under west central table land zone of Odisha

Author(s): RD Behera, P Mohanty, NC Barik, S Sahu and S Biswal
Abstract: The field experiment was conducted to study the “Foliar application of boron and molybdenum in cauliflower under west central table land zone of Odisha”. The treatments taken are farmers practice, sole application of 100 ppm Boron at 10 days interval as treatment-1 and combine application of 50 ppm Boron & 50 ppm Molybdenum at 10 days interval as treatment-2. The results indicated that the foliar application of 50 ppm Boron in addition with 50 ppm molybdenum at 10 days interval given higher curd weight(917g), curd length (10.8 cm) and curd diameter (18.4 cm) in comparison to the only application of 100 ppm Boron at 10 days interval. Similarly, the combine application of boron and molybdenum given higher yield (328q/ha) in comparison to the sole application of boron. The highest economic study was seen in the TO2 (50 ppm Boron + 50 ppm Molybdenum) i.e. highest net return (Rs. 112690) and B:C ratio (2.34). Irrespective of the treatment tested, the combine application of 50 ppm Boron with 50 ppm Molybdenum was recommended for micronutrient application in cauliflower for higher crop growth and yield.
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How to cite this article:
RD Behera, P Mohanty, NC Barik, S Sahu, S Biswal. Foliar application of Boron and Molybdenum in cauliflower under west central table land zone of Odisha. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(5):880-882. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i5k.1211
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