Pulses are the second most important food crops after cereals and are the main source of vegetable protein. Mungbean (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek.) is one of the important pulse crops grown in the arid and semi-arid regions of India. It is a short duration kharif pulse crop which can be grown as catch crop between rabi and kharif seasons. The chemical fertilizers, no doubt, are important source which can meet the nutrient requirement but their imbalance and continuous use has led to environmental pollution and deterioration of physico-chemical properties of the soil. Furthermore, availability of fertilizer at economic prices is another problem for the farmers. In intensive agriculture, integrated nutrient management takes care of both crop nutritional needs as well as soil fertility considerations leading to increased yield through judicious consumption of inorganic nutrients in the system. Now-a-days, organic farming is also becoming an important component of environmentally sound sustainable agriculture.