EFFECT OF PLANT SPACINGS AND NITROGEN LEVELS ON THE SEED YIELD OF DILLSEED (ANETHUM GRAVEOLENS L.)
The results revealed that seed yield decreased with increase in row spacing. The closer row spacing of 30 cm and 45 cm produced significantly more seed yield than wider row spacing of 60 cm. A spacing of 10 cm between plants out yielded the closer or wider spacings. Each increase in nitrogen level increased the seed yield upto 90 kg per hectare but the further increase in nitrogen did not affect the seed yield significantly.