IJSRP, Volume 7, Issue 3, March 2017 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Saloni Swaroopa, Arshia Naaz and A. K. Choudhary
The present work is an attempt to analyse various morphological development of Vigna radiata due to the effect of Shiv ganga water of Deoghar, Jharkhand. River ,pond and lake water is use in irrigation for several crop plants growth. The reason is because it contains various important micro and macro-nutrients which are useful for crop development. However the content of nutrients in wastewater completely depends on their origin of source. Moreover such variations in nutrients availability greatly influence the particular crop growth. In the present study we addressed the effect of heavy metal discharge by pilgrims by vermillion deposition which contain many heavy metals, Shiv ganga polluted water on growth of Vigna radiata. Different concentrations of shiv ganga water sample (0% - 100%) were used to examine their effect on development of Vigna radiate morphologies. We found that 60% sample concentration is most suitable for development of different morphologies of Vigna radiata, indeed support the maximum growth. At higher concentrations (80% - 100%) development of crop is significantly compromised suggesting certain constituents in polluted water are present excess than their tolerance limit. Nonetheless, 60% sample concentration contains optimum micro and micro-nutrients as well as other components which are useful for better growth of Vigna radiata.