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Original Research Articles                      Volume : 10, Issue:1, January, 2021

PRINT ISSN : 2319-7692
Online ISSN : 2319-7706
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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2021.10(1): 2294-2300

Yield Performance of Black Gram (Vigna mungo L.) Variety (LBG-20) at Farmers’ Field of Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh
H.S. Rai1*, Sweta Rai2 and R.S. Marabi1
1Department of Entomology, JNKVV, College of Agriculture,
Tikamgarh - 472 001 (M.P.), India
2Medicinal Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Kashi Institute of Pharmacy, Varanasi (U.P.), India
*Corresponding author

A field demonstration was conducted to know the performance of black gram variety (LBG-20) at farmers’ field in Mandla district, Madhya Pradesh consecutively for three kharif seasons 2013, 2014 and 2015. The demonstration trials of black gram were carried out in 4.8 ha area at farmer’s field adjacent the farmer’s practices. The results revealed that performance of black gram yield was found to be higher than farmer’s practices. The yield of black gram from demonstrated module (technological interventions) was recorded with the tune of 74.05% to 100.63% over farmer’s practices. The cumulative effect of the technological intervention over three years given an average yield of 1231 kg/ha which was higher 89.21% over farmer’s practices. The yield attributing character of the variety i.e. number of pods per plant was higher (57 pods/plant) over farmer’s practice (38 pods/plant). On three years average net return Rs.32667/ha was found from the recommended practice were substantially higher than farmer’s practices (Rs.12560/ha).  On an average Rs. 20107/ha as additional income is attributed to the technological intervention provided in demonstration plots i.e. recommended practices. The average extension gap, technology gap and technology index was recorded 579 kg/ha, 168 kg/ha and 1.20%, respectively over farmer’s practices. The average B:C ratio 2.97 was found under OFT trial while it was 1.93 in farmer’s practices.

Keywords: Black gram, Vigna mungo, LBG-20, Extension gap, Technology gap, Net return

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Rai, H.S., Sweta Rai and Marabi, R.S. 2021. Yield Performance of Black Gram (Vigna mungo L.) Variety (LBG-20) at Farmers’ Field of Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 10(1): 2294-2300. doi:
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