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Narendra Kumawat Rakesh Kumar Jagdeesh Morya I.S. Tomar R. S. Meena

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India is the largest producer and consumer of pulses in the world accounting for about 29 per cent of the world area and 19 per cent of the world’s production. In order to achieve self-sufficiency in pulses, the projected requirement by the year 2025 is estimated at 27.5 MT. To meet this requirement, the productivity needs to be enhanced to 1000 kg/ha, and an additional area of about 3-4 Mha has to be brought under pulses besides reducing post-harvest losses. This uphill task has to be accomplished under more severe production constraints, especially abiotic stresses, abrupt climatic changes, emergence of new species/ strains of insect-pests and diseases, and in-creasing deficiency of secondary and micronutrients in the soil. This requires a two-pronged proactive strategy, i.e. improving per unit productivity and reducing cost of production. The yield levels of pulses have remained low and stagnant, also area and total production. Among the pulses pigeon pea is second most important grain-legumes and major constraints in pigeon pea production is mostly grown in grown on marginal lands under rainfed agriculture and without nutrient management, hence are prone to abiotic stresses. Therefore, it is essential for higher production and productivity of pigeon pea, use of high yielding varieties which suitable for intercrop as well as sole cropping system with best nutrient management practices.

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Intercrop, Nutrient management practices, Pigeon pea, Productivity

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Kumawat, N., Kumar, R., Morya, J., Tomar, I., & Meena, R. S. (2017). Integrated nutrition management in pigeon pea intercropping systems for enhancing production and productivity in sustainable manner– A review. Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 9(4), 2143-2151. https://doi.org/10.31018/jans.v9i4.1501
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