Performance of seedlings of Tectona grandis were examined for six months under three different doses of N and P (50,100, 150 and 25, 50 , 75 mg respectively) and their combinations for six months under sodic soil condition. Teak seedlings when treated with different doses of N, P, K and their combination exhibited maximum growth at maximum dose of N (150 mg) among individual fertilizer and overall maximum growth for N+P (100 + 75 mg) among combination of fertilizer.
Growth performance and biomass of teak (Tectona grandis) seedlings were examined under three different doses of Nitrogen (50, 100 and 150 mg) and Phosphorous (25, 50 and 75 mg) individually as well as in combination with 300g of Farm Yard Manure on sodic soil in Eastern U P in Northern India. Results reveal that a dose of 100mg Nitrogen was required to achieve maximum growth when Teak seedlings were treated with individual doses of Nitrogen and Phosphorous. However, the required dose of Nitrogen was only 50mg when combined with 50 mg of Phosphorous and300g of Farm Yard Manure.