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Spatial BigData Analytics for intensification of pulses
Supply-demand gap of agricultural commodities continues to rise while total arable land area is not expected to increase significantly. Future increases in agricultural production, particularly pulses, will be contingent ...
Promoting Silvi-Pasture in Private Farms of Rajasthan ( Reponse by farmers): Adoptability Report
This report has the findings using the ADOPT tool for improve grasses; Cenchrus Setigerus and Lasiurus Lirsutus.
Study of some genetic indices for yield and it's component in some hybrids of faba bean (Vicia faba L.)
The half diallel set of crosses among six inbred lines of faba bean was performed at Terbol Research station, International Center for Agricultural Research in The Dry Areas (ICARDA), Lebanon. during 2013-2014 growing season, ...
A Bayesian Assessment of Productivity and Risks to Achieve target Yields from Improved Chickpea and Mung Bean Varieties Using On-Farm Trials in Afghanistan
Legumes are essential to meet nutrition need of growing population in Afghanistan but have low productivity under the farmer practices. With an aim to introduce improved varieties of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) and mung ...
Focus group participants for the ADOPT tool
This is the sign in sheet for the ADOPT focus group discussion in Rajasthan on the two grass species. There were at total of 72 participants of which, 49 were males and 23 were females.
Focus group discussion using the ADOPT tool for the adoption of two new grasses.
This is a picture of the focus group discussion that were held in Rajasthan India to understand the adoption of two introduced grasses using the ADOPT tool
Focus group discussions for the ADOPT tool
THis is a picture of focus group discussion for the CSIRO ADOPT tool to understand the peak adoption for two improved grasses that were introduced into communities in Rajasthan, India.
Chapter Three - Climate Change and Agriculture: Adaptation Strategies and Mitigation Opportunities for Food Security in South Asia and Latin America
During the past two centuries, the world has witnessed a remarkable increase in the atmospheric concentrations of the greenhouse gases (GHGs), namely carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O), as a result ...