Growth Behavior of Wheat Cultivars under Different Levels of Nutrient Management

@inproceedings{Siddiqui2017GrowthBO,
  title={Growth Behavior of Wheat Cultivars under Different Levels of Nutrient Management},
  author={Manoj Kumar Gora M.Z. Siddiqui and Shankar Lal Jakhar},
  year={2017}
}
Wheat straw is used for feeding the cattle. Wheat contains more protein than other cereals and has relatively high content of Niacin and Thiamine. It is basically concerned in providing the characteristics substance “Glutien” which is very essential for bakery. The common bread wheat occupies more than 90% of the total wheat area with 10% area under Triticum aestivum L. India is major wheat producing country in the world. It ranks second after china and at present produce more wheat than the… CONTINUE READING

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