1. MONIKA RATHORE - Research scholar, Department of Chemistry, Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur, (Raj.) India.
2. DEEPAK VYAS - Head, Department of Chemistry, SPSU Udaipur (Raj.) India.
3. TULIKA CHAKRABARTI - Assistant professor, Department of Chemistry, SPSU, Udaipur, (Raj.) India.
4. ARCHANA GAJBHIYE - Assistant professor, Department of Biotechnology, SPSU,Udaipur, (Rajasthan) India.
5. MAHENDRA SINGH RATHORE - Associate professor, Department of Zoology, S.B.R.M Govt. P.G. College, Nagaur (Raj.) India.
In this Study, eight villages of Nagaur district were selected to see the effect of chlorinated pesticide and biofertilizer on growth parameters cotton cultivation. One field is selected from each village and make four plots in that field, in which P-1 plot is treated as normal, P-2 plot is treated with pesticide, P-3 plot is treated with biofertilizer and P-4 plot is treated with both pesticide and biofertilizer. In cotton seed treatment, Ampligo is used as insecticide and PSB as biofertilizer, Tubeconozole as fungicide in soil treatment and Trichoderma viridi as biofertilizer. Comparative study of growth parameters of cotton after 40 days and 80 days after sowing of crop. The growth parameters of the plot in which pesticide and biofertilizer were used were found to be good. Pesticides and biofertilizers were not sprayed in any plot for 40 days and sprayed after 40 days. Biofertilizer and pesticides were not sprayed in P-1 plot of cotton.
Cotton, Seed Treatments, Soil Treatment, Ampligo, Tubeconozole, Trichoderma viride, Chemical Spray.