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Performance of Liquid Bio-fertilizers on Growth and Yield of Sorghum in North Eastern Dry Zone of Karnataka, India

Introduction Sorghum is one of the major cereal crops consumed in India after rice and wheat.Sorghum forms an important dietary staple for millions of population in the world, especially in the subtropical and semi-arid regions of Asia and Africa. It is an important source of food and fodder, mostly in the traditional, smallholder farming sector …

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Studies on Optimization of Production Factors under Resource Constraints in North Eastern Dry Zone of Karnataka, India

INTRODUCTION Sorghum forms an important dietary staple for millions of population in the world, especially in the subtropical and semi-arid regions of Asia and Africa. It is an important source of food and fodder, mostly in the traditional, smallholder farming sector [10]. Recently, it holds a significant place in the commercial farming sector as a …

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Estimation of Seasonal Evapotranspiration, Crop coefficient and Water Productivity of Maize and Sunflower under Drip Irrigation in Semi-arid Region of Telangana, India

1. INTRODUCTION The limited available water resources in the India demand its economic use which will be achievable only by adopting advanced technology of irrigation like micro irrigation. Water is the critical natural resource, which is often costly and limiting input particularly in arid and semi arid regions, hence needs judicious use to reap the …

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Evaluation of Cherry Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L. var. cerasiforme Mill.) Genotypes for growth and yield Traits under Temperate Conditions of Kashmir Valley

Introduction             Cherry tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L. var. cerasiforme Mill.) is a cultivated type of tomato grown for its edible fruits. It is generally considered similar but not identical to the wild relatives of the domestic tomato [5]. It is believed to be an intermediate genetic admixture between wild currant-type tomato and domesticated garden tomato. …

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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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Quinoa, Integrated Nutrient Management, Yield, Economics

Yield and Economics of Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) as affected by Integrated Nutrient Management Practices

INTRODUCTION Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa willd.) is an annual herbaceous plant in the Amaranthaceae (amaranth family, but formerly placed in Chenopodiaceae) that originated in the Pacific slopes of the Andes in South America and was cultivated since 5000 B.C. It is cultivated in the world with an area of 126 thousand hectares with a production of …

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Cicerarietinum Linn.

Impact of Cluster Front line Demonstration on Productivity of Chickpea (Cicerarietinum Linn.) in farmer’s fields of Varanasi District

Introduction Chickpea (Cicerarietinum Linn.), a self-pollinating diploid (2n=2x=16) with a genome size of 740 Mbp, is the world’s third most important food legume. It is currently grown on about 11.5 million ha, with 96% of the area in developing countries [1-4]. Chickpea production has increased during the past 30 years from 6.5 million tons (1978-1980 …

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Zero Budget Natural Farming With Reference to Punjab Conditions A Review

Introduction What is zero budget natural farming Zero Budget Natural Farming is a farming method and also a grassroots peasant movement has spread to various states in India. It is widely successful in southern India, especially the state of south India of Karnataka, where it first evolved. ZBNF is a unique method of farming which …

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