Yield, yield economics and nutrient uptake of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) as impacted by integrated nutrient management and sowing geometry
Dr. Satya Narayan
Oilseed crops involve a significant job in our cultivating framework after food grains. India claims a conspicuous situation in the creation of mustard everywhere on the world. As the trial works continue it gets critical to comprehend different extensions in late planted Indian mustard Brassica juncea (L.) Czern and Coss, there seems an incredible chance of demonstrating Mustard as a great option. This paper reviews such modules incorporating the treatments of INM and sowing methods which impact the yield and economics of Mustard. The incorporated impact of FYM, fertilizer, vermicompost, composts, PSB, Azotobacter, Sulfur and so forth are concentrated in different exploration work done already and every one of them stringently suggested that for better quality and great grain and oil creation in mustard INM is essentially advantageous than typical agricultural practices and brings about critical expansion in development characters, high return, better oil quality, expansion in nutrient uptake which prompts higher pay of yield through mustard. Regardless of the soil conditions or other unfavorable impacts, at whatever point INM was received in mustard, it generally improved the physical and chemical properties of soil, improves soil well-being. Better nutrient uptake because of INM prompts great quality oil and protein creation in mustard. Utilization of suggested portion of fertilizers spikes the NPK uptake of the plants and great leftover impact prompts positive conditions and fertilizer replacement for succeeding harvest.