Effect of Organic Manures and Biofertilizers on Leaf and Fruit Nutrient Status in Guava (Psidium guajava L.) Cv. Sardar
Pooled analysis of two-year data on nutrient status of 'Sardar' guava raised under organic manures and biofertilizers indicated that maximum leaf nitrogen (1.73%), phosphorus (0.24%), potassium (1.23%), calcium (1.96%), magnesium (0.80%); and maximum fruit nitrogen (1.12%), phosphorus (0.15%), potassium (0.94%), calcium (0.22%), magnesium (0.66%) was recorded, respectively, after fruit harvest with application of full dose of nitrogen to the plant applied through poultry manure augmented with Azotobacter and Azospirillium.
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