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Nitrogen response and water use efficiency of sweet sorghum cultivars
Sweet sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is a biofuel crop, which can be grown under tropical rainfed conditions without sacrificing food and fodder security. Three sweet sorghum cultivars (CSH 22Expand
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Utilization Pattern, Demand and Supply of Pearl Millet Grain and Fodder in Western India. Working Paper Series No. 37
This paper gives an estimate of the demand and supply of pearl millet grain and fodder for the year 2011 and 2020 in western India comprising (Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana). The projected pearlExpand
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Prospects for kharif (Rainy Season)and Summer Pearl Milletin Western India. Working Paper Series no. 36
Pearl millet is a major cereal crop in northwestern India. The crop is grown in very harsh, arid, dry climatic areas having high temperature and low and erratic rainfall. It’s use as food isExpand
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Nitrogen response of sweet sorghum genotypes during rainy season
Sweet sorghum ( Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) is a smart biofuel crop, which can be grown under tropical rainfed conditions without sacrificing food and fodder security. Three sweet sorghum cultivarsExpand
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Sweet sorghum bagasse – A source of organic manure
Bagasse or silage is an important by-product in the sweet sorghum-based ethanol industry. Above ground biomass distribution in sweet sorghum forms 90% of the total biomass produced and thatExpand
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Enhancing water I use efficiency of maize-chickpea sequence under semiarid conditions of southern India
Maize is one of the three most important cereal crop species (after wheat and rice), and is grown throughout a wide range of climates. Maize is desired for its multiple environmental benefits ofExpand
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Sustainability of different cropping systems under varying sowing dates in Marathwada region
The Held experiments were carried out at Instructional Farm. AIC’RP on Dry land Agriculture, Marathwada Agricultural University. Parbhani during the rainy season o f 2001-2005 on eight differentExpand