Influence of Organic Practices on Growth and Fruit Yield in Papaya Cv. Surya

Authors

  • Y T N Reddy
  • Reju M Kurian
  • A N Ganeshamurthy
  • P Pannerselvam
  • S R Shivu Prasad

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24154/jhs.v8i2.312

Keywords:

Papaya, Organic Practices, Fruit Yield

Abstract

A field trial on organic practices in papaya cv. Surya was conducted during 2009-2011 with 10 nutrient combinations involving farm yard manure, biofertilizers and VAM along with 100% recommended dose of fertilizers and no manure/ fertilizer treatment. Vegetative parameters were recorded periodically. At 18 months after planting, plant height, plant girth and number of leaves were found to be significant. Results indicated that, crop growth was better with organic treatments compared to no manure/fertilizer treatment. Fruit yield and quality parameters were also recorded. Fruit yield and average fruit weight were found to be significant. Maximum fruit yield of 32kg/plant (80 t/ ha) was recorded under 75% recommended dose of fertilizer applied as farm yard manure+vermicompost, which was significantly superior to that in 100% recommended dose of fertilizer for the 18-month cropping period.

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Published

31-12-2013

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Short Communications

How to Cite

Influence of Organic Practices on Growth and Fruit Yield in Papaya Cv. Surya. (2013). Journal of Horticultural Sciences, 8(2), 246-248. https://doi.org/10.24154/jhs.v8i2.312

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