Vinod K. Singh

Susheel K. Singh2
Arvind K. Shukla2
Brahma S. Dwivedi2
2Susheel K. Singh
2Arvind K. Shukla
2Brahma S. Dwivedi
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Widespread nutrient deficiencies have emerged as the major soil-related constraints, with sulfur (S) being one among them, for sustaining rice–wheat productivity in many parts of the north-western Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) and the Western Himalayan region (WHR). Therefore, soils from different agricultural development blocks (ADBs) of Meerut and Jyotiba(More)
High fertilizer use efficiency in rice (Oryza sativa L.)-based cropping systems in Indo-Gangetic Plains (IGP) is not achieved because farmers’ fertilizer practices (FFP) and blanket state recommendations (BSR) do not take into account the site-specific variability of nutrient availability in the soil. We evaluated the site-specific nutrient management(More)
A large data set pertaining to water quality of an alluvial river was analyzed using multi-way data analysis methods with a view to extract the hidden information, spatial and temporal variation trends in the river water quality. Four-way data (8 monitoring sites x 22 water quality variables x 10 monitoring years x 12 sampling months) analysis was performed(More)
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