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Physiological and Molecular Effects of 24-Epibrassinolide, a Brassinosteroid on Thermotolerance of Tomato
Brassinosteroids are naturally occurring plant growth regulators, which exhibit structural similarities to animal steroid hormones. Recent studies have indicated that besides an essential role in… Expand
Potassium nutrition for improving stubble bud sprouting, dry matter partitioning, nutrient uptake and winter initiated sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrid complex) ratoon yield
Abstract A field experiment was conducted for two crop cycles during 2003–2005 and 2004–2006 at Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, Lucknow to improve bud sprouting, dry matter accumulation… Expand
Effect of planting method and drought-management technique on growth, yield and quality of sugarcane (Saccharum hybrid complex) under limited irrigation
A field experiment was conducted during spring season of 2005–06 and 2006–07 to study the effect of planting method and drought-management technique on growth, yield and quality of spring-planted… Expand
Constraints in Adoption of Soybean Production Technology
The study was conducted in the eight villages of two blocks (four each) of Burhanpur district of Madhya Pradesh during the year 2009-2010. The finding of study reveals that the constraints related… Expand
Efficacy of New Herbicides for Weed Control in Transplanted Rice under Rice-Wheat System
A field experiment was conducted at CCSHAU Rice Research Station, Kaul during kharif (rainy) seasons of 2006 and 2007 to evaluate the efficacy of new herbicide penoxsulam with different rates and… Expand
A survey of post-harvest biological losses of sucrose in Indian sugar factories: an emerging challenge.
A study of sugar processing units of India revealed that low sugar recovery was mainly due to supply of poor quality cane. Large quantities of stale and immature cane (10-20%), extraneous matter… Expand
An assessment of postharvest sucrose losses in sugarcane billets under sub-tropical conditions.
- S. Solomon, A. Shrivastava, Priyanka Singh, I. Singh, A. Sawnani, C. Prajapati
- Environmental Science
In sub-tropical India, whole-stalk green cane is manually harvested but, in spite of this practice, sucrose losses after harvest are enormous. The existing laws and cane supply regulations lead to… Expand
Crop sensors for efficient nitrogen management in sugarcane: potential and constraints
A real-time crop sensor for site specific input application is the new innovation in the field of precision agriculture. At least three different type of crop sensors,viz.. Soil Doctor, N-Senior and… Expand
Post-harvest quality loss of sugarcane genotypes under sub-tropical climate : Deterioration of whole stalk and billets
Post-harvest quality of five mid-late maturing sugarcane genotypes (CoLk 9606, CoLk 8102, CoLk 9617, CoS 767, CoPt 84212) was evaluated during late -crushing season. Sugarcane variety CoPt 84212… Expand
Response of Indian mustard (Brassicojuncea) to irrigation and fertilization with various sources and levels of sulphur
A field investigation was carried out with Indian mustard [Brassica juncea (L.) Czemj. & Cosson] cv. ‘RH 30’ during the winter season of 1995–96 and 1996–97 with 2 irrigation treatments and 2 sources… Expand