Pigeonpea

Influence of Drought management practices in Pigeonpea under rainfed conditions of Karnataka, India

INTRODUCTION Pigeonpea is an important pulse crop of the country. In Karnataka, it is extensively grown in the northern part of the state, particularly in the Kalaburagi district and is popularly known as the “Pigeonpea bowl of Karnataka”. Any adverse effect on pigeonpea in this district will affect the state production and productivity. In Karnataka …

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Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.

Effect of drought mitigation strategies on yield attributes, yield, and economics of pigeon pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.]

INTRODUCTION Pigeonpea [Cajanus Cajan (L.) Millspaugh] is a prime food legume crop mostly cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions. It was globally grown in about 85 million hectares. The Indian sub continent alone contributes nearly 92% of the total pigeonpea production globally. Our national production of 4.87 lakh tones is realized from an area of …

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Phytophthora wilt Pigeonpea

Rapid roving a varietal survey for Pigeonpea Phytopthora wilt in Kalaburagi district of Karnataka, India

INTRODUCTION: Arhar also called Pigeonpea; Cajanus cajan (L) Mill sp is the second most important pulse crop in India after chickpea. It has multiple uses and occupies an important place in the reviling farming systems in the country and vegetarian diet. It also plays an important role in sustainable agriculture by enriching the soil through …

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Pigeon pea through Foliar Application

Improvement in Productivity of the Pigeon pea through Foliar Application of Pulse Magic in North Eastern Dry Zone of Karnataka, India

INTRODUCTION Pigeon pea, Cajanus cajan (L) Mill sp. is the second most important pulse crop in India after chickpea. India is the largest producer and consumer of Red gram in the world. India occupies 90 per cent of world pigeon pea area and accounts for 80 per cent of world production [26]. In the Karnataka …

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Performance of Pigeonpea with the Calcium Chloride

Field Performance of Pigeonpea with the Calcium Chloride as Seed Priming Technology in NICRA Village of Kalaburagi District, Karnataka, India

INTRODUCTION Pulses are important constituent of the Indian diet and supply major part of the protein and energy requirement and they are rich source of minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron etc. and also certain essential amino acids [9]. They are the main source of protein particularly for vegetarians and contribute 14 per cent of total …

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