Vidya Chaudhari

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The pot experiment conducted in calcareous soil of Saurashtra, India showed that application of lime (20% CaCO3) and excess water (irrigation at −0.3 bar) to the soil enhanced chlorosis in groundnut leaves caused by induced deficiencies of iron, sulphur and zinc, which was recovered by applying agricultural grade chemicals containing iron, sulphur and zinc.(More)
The pot experiment showed that application of lime (20% CaCO3) and excess irrigation (watering at −0.3 bar) increased Ca and decreased N, P, K and Mg concentration of leaf and stem and their uptake by groundnut. The application of agricultural grade iron sulphate, zinc sulphate, iron pyrite, gypsum, phosphogypsum and elemental sulphur in the soil and iron(More)
Field screening of 210 high yielding peanut germplasm accessions was undertaken to identify salinity tolerant genotypes based on plant mortality, seed yield and nutrient absorption. The salinity (4.5 dS m−1 at sowing and 3.5–3 dS m−1 15–80 days after sowing), reduced plant stand, yield and yield attributes in peanuts with 0–70 % plant mortality and 9–78 %(More)
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