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Research Article

Effect of Tillage Practices on Soil Properties and Crop Productivity in Wheat-Mungbean-Rice Cropping System under Subtropical Climatic Conditions

Table 8

Effect of tillage practice on available P, available K, and available S after wheat-mungbean-T. aman cropping sequence.

TreatmentP (ppm)K (ppm)S (ppm)
200920102011201220092010201120122009201020112012

ZT13.99a14.96a18.54a20.32a89.789.793.6105.3a14.00a16.12a17.23a18.89a
MT13.97a14.13a15.43b18.53b89.785.881.989.7b13.56ab15.27ab15.21b15.89b
CT13.21a13.92a14.90b14.86c85.878.081.978.0c13.32ab14.23bc14.43b14.45b
DT12.65a13.21a13.76b14.32c85.878.078.074.1c12.52b13.52c14.08b14.05b
SE (±)0.951.090.610.278.085.695.392.060.360.430.440.65

Figures in a column having common letter(s) do not differ significantly at 5% level of DMRT.
ZT: zero tillage, MT; minimum tillage, CT: conventional tillage, and DT: deep tillage.

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