|Author:||Shinde, V. S. ; Deshmukh, L. S. ; Shinde, S. A. ; Zade,K. K.|
|Book Group Author:||NA|
Influence of rainwater management through different agro-techniques on yield, yield attributing characters and economics of cotton was studied during 2003-2004, 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 at Department of Agronomy, Marathwada Agricultural University, Parbhani. The results revealed that intercropping of cotton with soybean produced higher seed cotton equivalent yield followed by cotton+blackgram and cotton+greengram and were superior over sole cotton. Gross returns, net returns and benefit:cost ratio of 2.68 were higher under cotton+soybean intercropping system. Among all the in situ soil moisture conservation techniques, opening of furrows in every row recorded highest water use efficiency (3.15 kg/ha-mm), followed by cotton+soybean/blackgram/greengram intercropping system. However, quality parameters were not influenced by different in situ soil moisture conservation technique.
|Pages:||51 - 55|
|Journal:||Journal of Cotton Research and Development|
black gram, cost benefit analysis, cotton, crop quality,crop yield, economic analysis, green gram, intercropping, plant waterrelations, rain, returns, soyabeans, water management, water useefficiency, yield components, India, Maharashtra, Glycine (Fabaceae),Glycine max, Gossypium, Vigna mungo, Vigna radiata, Glycine (Fabaceae),Papilionoideae, Fabaceae, Fabales, dicotyledons, angiosperms,Spermatophyta, plants, eukaryotes, Malvaceae, Malvales, South Asia,Asia, Developing Countries, Commonwealth of Nations, India, Vigna,rainfall, soybeans, water resource management, Agricultural Economics(EE110), Natural Resource Economics (EE115) (New March 2000), FieldCrops (FF005) (New March 2000), Plant Water Relations (FF062), PlantProduction (FF100), Plant Cropping Systems (FF150), Soil WaterManagement (Irrigation and Drainage) (JJ800) (Revised June 2002)[formerly Soil Water Management], Water Resources (PP200), Compositionand Quality of Non-food/Non-feed Plant Products (SS230)