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Performance of promising aromatic rice entries and rapeseed-mustard varieties grown as ‘paira’ crop under red and laterite zone of West Bengal, India.

Kalyan Jana*, S. K. Das, G. K. Mallick, B. Biswas, A. M. Puste, M. Mondal

Abstract


A field experiment on ‘Performance of promising aromatic rice entries and rapeseed-mustard varieties grown as ‘paira’ crop under red and laterite zone of West Bengal, India’ was conducted at Rice Research Station, Bankura during 2013-14 under red and laterite areas of West Bengal. The experimental result revealed that IET 21455 recorded the highest grain yield of 4.12 t ha-1 among promising aromatic rice entries. Highest seed yield of 765.7 kg ha-1 was recorded from NML 25 among rapeseed-mustard varieties, which were grown as ‘paira’ crop after rice in the same field.


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Promising aromatic rice entries; rapeseed-mustard; paira and Bankura.

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