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Pages: 163-166

Date of Publication: 31-Dec-2022

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Influence on Yield of Different Cultivars of Paddy under Various Cultivation Methods in Relation to Weather Parameters

Author: N. V. Kashid, O. S. Godbole, V. A. Sthool, A. P. Deshmukh, J. D. Jadhav

Category: Agricultural Engineering


An experiment entitled, “Studies on effect of different paddy cultivars with various cultivation methods of paddy in relation to weather parameters.” was carried out during kharif, 2018 at Agricultural Research Station Farm,Vadgaon Maval, Tal. Maval, Dist. Pune. The field experiment was laid out in split plot design with three replications. There were sixteen treatment combinations comprising of four varieties viz., VDN-3-51-18 (Indrayani), VDN-99-29 (PhuleSamruddhi), IET-13549 (Bhogawati) and RDN-99-1 (Phule Radha) and four cultivation methods viz., M1 : Four Point Agro Technique (Char Sutri Method), M2 : Drilling at 22.5 cm, M3: Saguna Rice Technique (SRT) and M4 : Modified Direct Seeded Rice Technique (MDSRT). The gross plot sizewas3.40 m x 3.40 m. From the data it was observed that sowing of paddy varieties with Modified Direct Seeded Rice Technique (MDSRT) favorably influenced all the yield components. This is due to positive correlation with minimum temperature, RH I and RH II. It would be, therefore, suggested to adopt sowing paddy variety Phule Samruddhi or Indrayani with Modified Direct Seeded Rice Technique (MDSRT) to obtain maximum yield.

Keywords: Paddy, Cultivation Methods , Cultivar, Yield, Correlation

DOI: 10.56228/JART.2022.47207