PRASANN KUMAR*, MANDALA HARSHAVARDHAN, PANUGANTI SWARAJ KUMAR, JOHNSON YUMNAM, NADA JYOTI, MOHIT NAIK, LAMNEIVAH MISAO, PURNIMA AND SUNIL KUMAR
Department of Agronomy, School of Agriculture, Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar- 144 411 (Punjab), India
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(Received : September 17, 2018; Accepted : November 22, 2018)
The treatment T17 (0.15% Cd(NO3)2+5 mM putrescine+mycorrhiza) was found to show better results; significant increase in chl a/b content by 11.46, 9.54 and 8.09% with respect to T12 (0.15% Cd(NO3)2). The combination of putrescine and mycorrhiza showed the best combination for the mitigation of cadmium toxicity for the chl a/b ratio.
Key words : Chlorophyll a/b ratio, cadmium, maize leaves, putrescine, mycorrhiza