1. NIKHIL BHENDE - Poornima University, Sitapura, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
2. Dr. DEVESH KUMAR - Poornima University Sitapura, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
3. Dr. JAYANT PUROHIT - Poornima University, Sitapura, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
4. Dr. PRASHANT MAHESHWARY - J. D. College of Engineering & Management Nagpur, Maharashtra.
The current agricultural practices require a sustainable, economic and environmental approach, but yields are poor for many agricultural commodities. The irrigation infrastructure is still weak and there is still a lack of high quality and advanced agricultural mechanization. In general, the framework does not contribute to an appropriate forum and regulation for agriculture. One of the major problems in cotton was discovered in the Vidarbha area of Maharashtra state, where traditional fertilization methods result in fertilizer waste in various forms and require a great deal of human effort. A novel Multilayered Fertilization Technique is proposed, where fertilizer is placed at three deep and three points of soil during the plant growth phases of the nursery, vegetation, mid-season and late season. An experimental investigation has been conducted to research the conduct of a plant using multilayer fertilization techniques.
Traditional fertilization, multilayer fertilization, cotton crop, absorption, agricultural mechanism.