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  • No Photo Drip Irrigation - Advantages and Disadvantages of Drip Irrigation    By: Bollaveni Sathish Kumar

    This article give information about suitable soils and slope of land for drip irrigation and advantages and dissadvantages of drip irrigation >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Nematodes and their Management in Ginger    By: Dr. Gitanjali Devi

    India is the 'home of spices' with an array of spices originated and cultivated. Ginger is one of the earliest known oriental spices and is being cultivated in India for both as fresh vegetable and as a dried spice. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Good Quality Seed: A Possibility for Higher Production    By: Kana Ram Kumawat

    Seed is a basic input in agriculture. Hence, it should be of quality for higher production of crop species. Seed quality is the possession of seed with required genetic and physical purity that is accompanied with physiological soundness and health status. Physical quality, genetic purity, physiological quality and seed health are the four major quality seed characters. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Agriculture Practices for Diabetes Medicinal Plants Gymnema Sylvestre R. Br. (Gurmar)    By: Ashish Kumar

    The leaves of this plant are in use for over 2000 years to treat diabetes giving it a prominent place in the indigenous system of medicines in the country. Gurmar is hypoglycaemic, astringent, stomachic, antiperiodic, diuretic, tonic, and refrigerant. It is used as a destroyer of glycosuria, and is believed to neutralize the excess sugar present in the body. The species is extensively used in almost all the Indian system of medicine as a remedy for rheumatism, cough, ulcer, pain in eyes, dyspepsia, jaundice, haemorrhoids, leucoderma etc. It is also used as stomachic, diuretic and remedy to control diabetes mellitus. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Adoption Toward Farm Technologies    By: Dr. Mayur M. Prajapati

    Adoption has generally been defined as a decision to make full use of a new idea or innovation at the best course of action available. Acceptance of agricultural technology is not a unit but a complex process involving sequence and thought of action. The action of an individual farmer is influenced by many factors on the part of farmers as well as on the part of technology. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Apomixis: Types and Advantages in Plant Breeding    By: Kana Ram Kumawat

    Apomixis is a type of reproduction in which sexual organs of related structures take part but seeds are formed without union of gametes. Seeds formed in this way are vegetative in origin. Apomixis is widely distributed among higher plants. More than 300 species belonging to 35 families are apomictic. Here, a brief account of apomixis, is furnished only from the point of view of breeding. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Nano-Biotechnological applications in Agriculture- Experiments    By: Parimal Ramesh Udgave

    This article covers the consecutive experiments on application of different types of silver ions and silver nanoparticles which were done on crop seeds of Arachis hypogaea and Zea mays This experiment was carried out at CABT, Aurangabad. >> Category: Toxicology
  • No Photo Organic Farming: A new approach towards farmer's welfare    By: Dr. Mayur M. Prajapati

    During the last decade organic farming has gained international recognition as a viable option to conventional farming. In many parts of the country farmers practice organic farming by default or in absence of resources. The organic farming movement is spreading gradually in all most all states of the country. Indian organic sector is steadily making in-roads into world organic food market. India having variety of geographical and climatic regions has great potentiality to export various agricultural commodities in world market. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Phalaris Minor - A Threat to the Sustainability of Rice-Wheat Cropping Systems in NW-India    By: Sourav Ghosh

    Phalaris minor is a noxious weed associated with the wheat crop, causing severe yield losses if not controlled. Phenotyphic mimicry with wheat crop and resistance development has created a mojor hurdle in managing this weed. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Seed Drying: Principle, Methods and their Advantages    By: Kana Ram Kumawat

    Seed drying should reduce the seed moisture content to safe moisture limits to maintain its viability and vigour during storage, which may otherwise deteriorate quickly owing to mould growth, heating and enhanced microbial activity. Greater the seed moisture content lesser should be the drying temperature and vice versa. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Brown Top Millet- Uses and Cultivation Aspects    By: Sujata Bhat

    With extremely rapid growth, brown top millet can fill narrow growing windows to produce nice quality forage. Very fine stems and leaves allow plant material to dry down effectively for dry hay production. This species is very inexpensive. With the ability to easily reseed and that seed to remain viable in the soil profile for years, makes brown top millet an excellent regenerating food plot for wildlife. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Rural Agricultural Service Centre for Smart Village System in India [PDF]    By: Sunil Kumar

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) had great potential for supporting rural development and sustainable agriculture in developing countries .Rural agricultural service center is a center which provides the all agricultural services related to farming and its activities in rural area. It based on group/ ICT based system and it connected with research institutes in the region with state network like KVKs, ARS and Universities etc. It operated by agricultural allied sector graduates with initial capacity building or training provided to them at nodal agency. It could be well connected to all available ICT. It will helps the farmers to get diversified information at their door steps and helps in making right decisions at right time. Agents take all calls, answer questions, forward the caller to a specialist or refer the caller to other information sources. It at as a custom hiring center it provides the all agriculture input on rant to small and marginal farmer and seeds and fertilizers to farmer based on demand and recommended for particular agroclimetic zone by the scientist. It also provide some other facilities like soil testing, weather-forecasting, current crop price, consultations on agro-based venture, organic farming , crop exhibitions and contact village to a agro-based industry and other input supply company to supply input at remunerable price to farmers >> Category: Applications
  • Author Photo Xeno-Estrogens: A Misfortune of Modern Civilization    By: Dr. Vipin Kumar Gupta

    This article summarizes hormonally active agents found in our day to day life. Its types, sources, potential mechanism of action, health effects and avoidance tips are discussed here. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo Biofortification Strategies for Reducing Malnutrition through Production of Nutrient Dense Food    By: Debarati Datta

    Biofortification is scientific method for improving nutritional value of food through enrichment of germplasm with micronutrient and can be achieved by conventional breeding and genetic engineering. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Varietal Deterioration: Causes and Maintenance    By: Kana Ram Kumawat

    The genetic purity of a variety deteriorates due to several factors during the production cycles. Developmental variations, mechanical mixtures, mutations, natural crossing, minor genetic variations, selected influence of pest and diseases and techniques of the plant breeder are the main causes of varietal deterioration. It can be maintained using isolation, roguing, grow out tests etc. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Wild Genes Introgression for Trait Specific Improvement in Crop Plants    By: Sanganamoni Mallesh

    Wild species have significant role in crop evolution and in addressing the challenges of biotic and abiotic stresses. Of late, wild relatives have also been useful in improvement of the crops in terms of yield and nutrient content. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo In-silico Gene Prediction Tools    By: Deepak Vishwanathrao Pawar

    Techniques of genome-wide in silico search for genes have greatly facilitated gene identification by analyzing genome sequences. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Impact of Agricultural Modernization on Sustainable Livelihood    By: Dr. Mayur M. Prajapati

    Agriculture is one of the mega and crucial sector in the Indian economy, which contributes about 27% to the GDP. After the advent of WTO and export opportunities, we have changed our traditional agriculture to modern agriculture transformation process and means. Due to this, the change is occurred into the basic human needs describes sustainable livelihood as an integrating concept. The farmers had suggested to give more subsidies on inputs to provide lift irrigation on community basis and sufficient finance for crop loan and to arrange for easy availability of inputs, technical guidance and training for new agricultural technology for improving agricultural modernization & their sustainable livelihood. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Changing Climate and Indian Agriculture: Adaptation Strategies and way forward    By: Anirban Mukherjee

    Climate change poses a serious challenge to agriculture because of the critical dependence of the agricultural system on climate. Climate change has the potential to both positively and negatively affect the location, timing, and productivity of crop, and livestock at local, national, and global scales. In this article adaptation strategies has been discussed and suggestion has been proposed in context of Indian Agriculture. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Quality Planting Material for Seed Spices - Higher Productivity    By: Kana Ram Kumawat

    Without the use of good quality seed material, the investments incurred on fertilizers, pesticides and water will not pay dividend which ought to be realized. Seed spices are small to very small in size except coriander and fenugreek. Besides physical loss during sowing, processing and storage cumin, ajwain and celery are highly vulnerable to the loss of viability. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo RNA Isolation Protocol from Recalcitrant Tissues of Mango [PDF]    By: Dr. R. R.Sharma

    Ribonucleic acid (RNA) isolation is a critical step in the molecular experiments. Mango is one of the most complex crops from which the RNA isolation is very difficult due to significant difference in the chemical composition of various tissues. Various protocols have been tried but most of them have failed. We attempted to develop a comprehensive and efficient protocol for the isolation of good quality RNA from different tissues of mango. >> Category: Applications
  • No Photo Farming as a Profession for Youths    By: Pradeep Kumar Bola

    There is a need to make agriculture worth enchanting to attract the youth for venture. The government of India is seriously thinking in this regard and has shown its concern for transforming India through skill development of the countrymen. The youths should get to know about the importance of choosing agriculture as their profession. The Government of India should take measures and initiatives to uplift the socio-economic status of the farmers. The Agricultural universities should associate them to develop villages to transform them to modern villages. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Sensitive Plant - Impact, Cultivation and Health Benefits    By: Pankaj T. Yeole

    Sensitive plant (Mimosa pudica), also called humble plant, plant in the pea family (Fabaceae) that responds to touch and other stimulation by rapidly closing its leaves and drooping. Native to South and Central America, the plant is a widespread weed in tropical regions and has naturalized elsewhere in warm areas. It is commonly grown as a curiosity in greenhouses. The plant is a spiny subshrub and grows to a height of about 30 cm (1 foot). It has compound leaves and small globular pink or mauve flower puffs. The plant's unusually quick response to touch is due to rapid water release from specialized cells located at the bases of leaflet and leaf stalks. The leaves reopen in several minutes, and it is thought that this adaptation is a defense against browsing herbivores who may be startled by the movement. In addition to its response to physical stimuli, the leaves also droop in response to darkness and reopen with daylight, a phenomenon known as nyctinastic movement. Wild sensitive plant, or sensitive partridge pea , also exhibits sensitivity to touch but to a lesser degree. It is native to the eastern U.S. and the West Indies >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Heterosis and Inbreeding Depression [PDF]    By: Kana Ram Kumawat

    Heterosis is defined as the superiority of F1 hybrid over both the parents in terms of yield and/or some other characters. Cross pollinated species and species reproducing asexually are highly heterozygous. When these species are subjected to selfing or inbreeding they show severe reduction in vigour and fertility. This phenomenon is known as inbreeding depression. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Non-destructive Evaluation of Jelly Seed Disorder in Mango [PDF]    By: Dr. R. R.Sharma

    Jelly seed is a serious disorder of mango. Unfortunately, fruits affected by jelly seed can't be identified physically and consumers come to know only when fruits are cut open. With the advancement in technology, X-ray imaging technique has been standardized for its non-destructive detection. >> Category: Applications
  • Author Photo Value Added Products from Apple Pomace [PDF]    By: Dr. R. R.Sharma

    Apple pomace is a waste generated by apple juice processing industries, where it acts as a major source of water and air pollution. In India, it merely goes waste. Technologies have been standardized for its effective utilization for the development of several value added products like jam and jelly, pectin, ethanol, citric acid, vinegar, animal feed. >> Category: Applications
  • Author Photo Management of Lenticel Browning in Mango [PDF]    By: Dr. R. R.Sharma

    Lenticels browning (LB) has now become as one of the main reasons of quality loss in mangoes during storage and transportation. LB not only decreases the shelf-life of the mango fruits but also affects the appearance of fruits, which has become a point of hindrance in export of mango from several countries. Efforts have been made to reduce it by simple techniques >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Therapeutic Applications of Pomegranate    By: Pankaj T. Yeole

    The pomegranate, Punica granatum L., is an ancient, mystical, unique fruit borne on a small, long-living tree cultivated throughout the Mediterranean region, as far north as the Himalayas, in Southeast Asia, and in California and Arizona in the United States. In addition to its ancient historical uses, pomegranate is used in several systems of medicine for a variety of ilments. The pomegranate, Punica granatum L., is an ancient, mystical unique fruit borne on a small, long-living tree cultivated throughout the Mediterranean region, as far north as the Himalayas, in Southeast Asia, and in California and Arizona in the United States. Other potential applications include infant brain ischemia, male infertility, Alzheimer's disease, arthritis, and obesity. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Microbial Fermentation for Plant Nutrition and Battling Weeds and Pests    By: Deepak Vishwanathrao Pawar

    Microorganisms are often labeled as dangerous, they can be crucial in saving crops, increasing yields, and protecting soils. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo How Genetic Engineering is different from Conventional Breeding?    By: Deepak Vishwanathrao Pawar

    How genetic engineering different from conventional breeding? >> Category: Biotech Research

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Article: Walnut Industry in India - Present Status and Future Strategies - Comment by: Muhammad Shafi rather( AGMO) - 2017-08-10

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Article: Important Rootstocks in Different Fruit Crops - Comment by: Nalin K.Pagi - 2017-08-03

Excellent article Sir. Presented brief account of different root stock details and will be useful to me for my research project on fruit crops.

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