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Abstract

CHANGE IN ORGANIC CARBON CONTENT AND YIELD ATTRIBUTES OF POTATO (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM) THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF DIFFERENT LEAF LITTERS

Brij Mohan Singh Chandra Mohan Rajoriya Mohd Yousuf Mir Rajveer Singh
Rawat and Dr. Bhanwar Lal Jat*

ABSTRACT

Carbon has become crucial from view point of atmosphere as well as
lithosphere. The largest exchange of carbon take place between
atmosphere and the vegetation, since about half the carbon fixed by
plants is respired back and the net primary production is only about 60
Pg C/ha /year. The global pool of carbon is described in the following
figures. In soil although soil carbon is not directly related to the plant
nutrition yet the plant nutrition is governed by the C status of soil. It
plays pivotal roles in several processes of the soil ecosystem including
nutrient cycling, soil structure, formation, C-sequestration, water
retention detoxification of anthropogenic chemicals and energy supply
to soil microorganisms. The nature, content composition and behaviour of organic matter
in soil are fundamentally important for growth of crops under diverse climat ic
condit ions. The organic matter applied to soil is subjected to decomposition
depending on the soil and environmental conditions. The experiment was laid out in a
randomized Block Design. As regards to the treatments three levels each of Chinar, Juglens, Morus,
poplar and Salix leaves were employed in C5, C10 and C20; J5, J10 and J20; M5, M10 and
M20; and P5, P10 and P20 and S5,S10 and S20 respectively. The total number of combinations worked out to 16 increasing control. The crop was harvested on 28-10-2015. The crop stands very good. The stems were thick and the plants grew to a height of over 86.80cm.

Keywords: Agro-forestry, Solanum, Carbon, Leaf, ppm.


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