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Journal of Agriculture and Environment
<p>The study was conducted on sandy loam soil at IAAS Rampur, Chitwan during May to September, 2012 to evaluate the effect of different combinations of biogas slurry and urea on production of okra, laid out in a two-factor RCBD with three replications. Altogether ten treatments consist of two varieties namely Arka Anamika - open pollinated and Jaikisan-62-F1 hybrid and four different levels of biogas slurry and urea combination (urea<sub>75%</sub>+biogas slurry<sub>25%</sub>,doi:10.3126/aej.v16i0.19849 fatcat:st4acwkbxbfx3aajawzoqwqlay