Vijay K. Bhosekar

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The small grain cereal, finger millet (FM, Eleusine coracana L. Gaertn), is valued by subsistence farmers in India and East Africa as a low-input crop. It is reported by farmers to require no added nitrogen (N), or only residual N, to produce grain. Exact mechanisms underlying the acclimation responses of FM to low N are largely unknown, both above and(More)
Since 1981, organic and conventional cropping systems have been compared in a field trial at the Rodale Institute in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. Cropping system differences were evaluated for yields, soil quality, economic, and energy performance. Results showed that overall organic systems produced yields equal to conventional plots while at the same time(More)
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