International Journal of Environmental Sciences

Volume 6 Issue 3 2015- July 2015  Pages: 402- 409 <<Previous    Next>>

Effect of industrial wastewater irrigation on productivity of wheat crop

Author Information:

Rajeev Pandey1, Jaswant Singh2
1- Assistant Professor, Center for Environmental Sciences, College of Natural Science, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
2- Reader, Department of Environmental Sciences, Dr. R.M.L. Avadh University, Faizabad

ABSTRACT

The effect of treated fertilizer (nitrogenous) factory effluent irrigation on different productivity parameters of wheat crop (Triticum aestivum,var. L. cv. HD-2285) were studied in field conditions at Phoolpur industrial area of Allahabad district (U.P.) India. The results revealed that no. of plants/ m2, no. of ears/ m2, length of ear/ m2, plant height (cm), yield (Q/ ha) and protein content were found higher in effluent irrigated crop in comparison to control. The overall finding of the present study indicates that fertilizer industry effluent have a manurial potential for better crop productivity.

Keywords: Crop productivity, effluent, fertilizer factory, irrigation, manurial potential.

DOI:10.6088/ijes.6045

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