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Effect of Processed Green Organic Fertilizer on the Yield of Sugar cane

Z.A.Abbasi , M.B. Abro , S.A. Buriro , S.A.Maitlo , M.M.Sario and A. N Jilliani
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The present study was carried out in randomized complete block design. With four replication on sugar cane variety BL-4 at sugar cane section Tando Jam. It has been observes that maximum yield per plot and per hectare was obtained as 525 kg/plot and 139 M. tons/ha. Respectively from 275-112-180 kg NPK/ha with adding 30 bags of green organic fertilizer.

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Z.A.Abbasi , M.B. Abro , S.A. Buriro , S.A.Maitlo , M.M.Sario and A. N Jilliani , 2002. Effect of Processed Green Organic Fertilizer on the Yield of Sugar cane. Journal of Applied Sciences, 2: 327-328.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2002.327.328


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