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Cost h @ f l tnthof p*lom~olof uw
T1 - CO 86032
:r c e n ~ wet value Net increase of the produce Return i n 'Iha in yield in Rupees Rupees
e n g the L
T2 - CO 85019
Net Return in Rupees
ksrssrnml : Sugarcone Variety Co 86032
variety Co 86032 war 2.51 in
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Assessing the performance of new sugarcane varieties for multi ratoons
2002 to 2003
No of Farmers Covered
T1 - CO 86032
T2 - CO 62175
Per cent Net value increase of the produce 'Iha in yield in Rupees
) s a m n t : Sugarcane Variety Co 86032
tions will be more with the Id of sugarcane. So the weed these 'facts the experiments ield r d c t i o n due to weeds. The rgence application of Atrazine l d j @ . 3 3 U h ~ @ hcbntiol e plot (31.66%). aJi?Z&+F
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Incidence of weed population Incidence of weed population in Percentages TN
T2 - Farmers practice
A#.ranent : Sugortane Variety Co 86032
Recommended p~actice:Trash mulching in betwe4af%o r&> Farmers pradice: No tras-hinq ' The treated pJ9Gaye the highest yiilld,"id~fhethm l ~ a t l o nThe r averhe yield of the -. . treated pldwa;l@.96 t/ha arid the control plot wa'r151.92 Mha. ll+ trarhW heckplots gave
kqn the mntrol plpts. d2.53bridrtr~@trdfi+saave 2.85. -
! ' 6:62
per &t increa&$ld , .-st+.:
Refining trash mulching pradice in sugarcane
No of Year Mode Treatment Farmers covered
T2 - Farmers
yieldincrease of the produce
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n%rsll trash mull
~ h trash = - mulehd plod &dst
Reflnemenl : Recommended practice :-Trash mulching in between two rows
Villaae " II Madathur
Village " Ill Naniunda~uram
Institute recommended pradice
Soil test based recommendation Farmers practice
* The results of the expeh'ments indicated that the soil test based recommendation gave hishest yield in all the t h w I-tions farmers practice. The per cent
when compared with institute recommended practice and e in yield KrAltest based recommendation was 23.41 per
per bent increase than the institute cent than the fseners p r a c t i c = ~ n ds h o w e d ~1. ~ 7
recommendation. The cast b w f i t ratio was hiahest for the soil test based recommendation (2.741 ., followed by ins~&o&endation(2.66)
and farmers practice (2.03).
No of Treatment Farmers 1
Per cent Net value Net increase of the produce Return in
icai 111 Year Mode Treatment Farmers tlha ion Cnvererl
Assessing the performance of sugarcane with
T1 2002 to
T2 - Farmers '
Rdlnna: h m m m n d e d practice: Suprano intercroppedwfth wnnhmmp
1 Farmers practice
lnddeare of 816 INB
Contral of Early shoot borer Farmers practice Control of Internode borer Farmers practice
the control plot."Likewise thetreated plot of plot. The co**~-n-b-rat~o was hi& for treatmekt
t!v~n he controlblot.
Technological Year Mode Treatment Farmers intervention Covered
Refining the 2002 control of early to shoot barer and 2003 internode borer in sugarcane
T2 - Farmers practice
T1 - Control of internode borer
I I 1- 1 1 I practice
T1 - Control of early shoot borer
Yield tonnes 1 ha
I Farmers practice
a n d practh :
dl brrinl stubble rhninpand gap D n g
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With these a---rirnental results the package of technologies are r e f i n d a s under
Variety for plant crop
Co 86032 1 1 3 s .
Variety for ratoon crop
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Application of Atrazine 2.5 kg /ha at 3"' day and hand weeding on 45" and 90" day after planting. .
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Trash rnulcnlng in aetween two rows on 5"ay after planting * - # -.-u .tC.. I-.
Application of fertilizer based on soil test : 310 kg N, 95 kg P and 80 kg K. Full dose of P as basal application, Nitrogen and Potash in equal split at 45" and 90fhday. ressrx
~pplication of Phosphorxlcterium 10 kg / ha ana Azospiri//um 5 kg at 30" day after planting and 5 ka A z ~ ~ ~ i r iat l l 60"aay ~ ~ r n after planting.
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' , n t r o of early shoot borer
Irrigating the sugarcane crop at 50 per cent available soil moisture. (36 irrigations) '-em-
AppIica+ionof 5Om of indane 20tc mired in 100 litters of water at 30"ay
Intercropping with sunnhemp and insitu ploughing before flowering.
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Control of inter node borer
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Release of Trichogramma egg parasite 2.5 cc/ha. Six (6) releases for every fifteen days starting from 4" month onwards.
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Stubble shaving and off barring within a week
after the plant crop harvest and gap filling at 25 -30 days after planting with
pregerminated setts of the same crop.
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" The experiments
demonstrcltedhepossibili~ of will definitely assure the