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Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences
Year: 2001  |  Volume: 4  |  Issue: 1  |  Page No.: 59 - 62

Cultural and Nutritional Management of Yellow Mosaic in Winter Mungbean

Bimal Kumar Pramanik and Md. Ayub Ali    

Abstract: The effects of plant spacings (30 cm x 5 cm and 25 cm x 5 cm), dates of sowing (15 September, 25 September, 5 October and 15 October) and soil application of boron, molybdenum and sulphur on the incidence and the severity of yellow mosaic (YM) and grain yield in winter mungbean cultivar Binamoog 4 was studied under natural field condition during the rabi seasons of 1996-97 and 1997-98. The incidence and severity of YM was lower in plots with 30 cm x 5 cm plant spacing than that in 25 cm x 5 cm plant spacing. The highest grain yield (1273.70 kg ha -1) was obtained from plots where seeds were sown on 25 September. The single or combined application of boron (2 kg ha -1) and molybdenum (1.5 kg ha -1) significantly reduced the severities of YM and increased grain yield (24.8 to 30.6%).

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