Performance of different Vermicomposts on yield and yield components of Mungbean {Vigna radiata L.) in major soils of Bundelkhand region, India


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  • Instituteof Environment & Development studies, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, 284128, India

Abstract

Sustainable agriculture is one in which the goal is permanence, achieved through the utilization of renewable resources. This leads to development of concept of organic natural farming. Vermicomposting is one of the important aspects of organic farming. Vermicompost plays a major role in improving growth and yield of different field crops, vegetables, flower and fruit crops. Present study was carried out in major soil group (black soil and red soil) of Bundelkhand region with addition of different vermicompost and their effects on performances of Vigna radiata L. GonA/th and yield parameters were measured 30 days and 60 days after sowing. Significant performances were found in cowdung based vermicompost in black soil in compare to red soil. The result of our experiment showed the application of vermicompost had significant positive effects on growth performances and yield of plant as compare to control

Keywords

Organic farming, Sustainable agriculture, Vermicompost

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