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Knowledge and Attitude of Farmers Towards Agroforestry Practices in North Kashmir - a Case Study
The present investigation sought to explore the knowledge and attitude of farmers towards agroforestry practices especially in North Kashmir of Western Himalayas. The informations gathered through… Expand
Energy status and consumption pattern in rural temperate zone of western Himalayas: a case study.
The study was conducted in Astingo village of Bandipora Forest Division in north Kashmir on a sample of 224 from 560 households (40%) with the help of combo pack of interview and observation methods.… Expand
Perceptions, attitudes and preferences in agroforestry among rural societies of Kashmir, India
Peopleâ€™s perceptions, attitudes and preferences in agroforestry have become fundamental elements of sustainable agroforestry management. The study examined the multiplicities and dimensions of… Expand
Basketry from Introduced Willows in Kashmir: Old Tradition to New Economically Viable Art
Basketry is practised in Kashmir since a long time and several species are used for this work. Since 1918, Salix spp. introduced from England and France is also being used and cultivated in several… Expand
Status of Fuelwood Extraction and Consumption in Rural North Kashmir: a Case Study
The information on status of fuelwood extraction and consumption was collected in Sagipora village of Sopore tehsil under Kamraj forest division using interview schedule. Fuelwood extraction and… Expand
Allelopathic effect of Populus deltoides and Ulmus wallichiana on biochemical constituents of maize, bean and sunflower
The extracts of P. deltoides and U. wallichiana were tested for their allelopathic effect on biochemical constituents of Zea mays L. (Maize), Phaseolus vulgaris L. (Kidney bean) and Helianthus annus… Expand
Quantification of Carbon Stocks and Sequestration Potential through Existing Agroforestry Systems in the Hilly Kupwara District of Kashmir Valley in India
Ajit*, A. K. Handa, S. K. Dhyani, G. M. Bhat, A. R. Malik, V. Dutt, T. H. Masoodi, Uma and Amit Jain ICAR-Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi 110 012,… Expand
Occurrence of granulovirus infecting Cydia pomonella in high altitude cold arid region of India.
- B. Hussain, K. Z. Masoodi, A. War, Asma S. Hakak, Nazeer Ahmad, T. Masoodi
- Biology, Medicine
- 26 November 2020
Codling moth (Cydia pomonella, Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) is a quarantine pest of apple in Ladakh, India. We report Cydia pomonella granulovirus from infected larvae of codling moth for the first time… Expand
Effect of Organic and Inorganic Fertilizer Doses on Growth and Yield of Lentil under Cold Arid Conditions of Ladakh
Lentil is an important cool season food legume grown under marginal Lands by resilient poor farmers. It can tolerate frost & severe winter, hence well suited to the climatic conditions of Ladakh… Expand
Effect of Nitrogen and Spacing on Growth and Development of Acer oblongum Wall. Seedlings
Acer oblongum seedlings were exposed to four levels of Nitrogen (0,40,80 and 120 kg ha -1 ) in combination with four planting spacings (10×10cm; 15×l0cm, 15×15 cm and 20×20cm) to elucidate their… Expand