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The study revealed that there was an increase in literacy levels, average size of holding, cropping intensity, crop productivity and income among the selected respondents from pre to post- project periods due to the implementation of PMKSY- Watershed programme in the Srikakulam District. A similar trend was observed even in non- beneficiaries because of the spill-over effects of the watershed ...

SUBJECT: pmksy project; small farmers; landless farmers; srikakulam district; marginal farmers

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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Groundnut production is often limited by low availability of soil phosphorus. Groundnut genotypes differ in their P efficiency and dry matter production under low P availability. Two Groundnut genotypes were used in this study namely ICG(FDRS)-10 (absorb and translocate large amount of P) and JL-24 (not suitable for P insufficient conditions) to study the response of P availability. Plants wer ...

SUBJECT: phosphorus levels; groundnut genotypes

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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Low phosphorus (P) availability in soil is one of the limiting factors affecting groundnut productivity by reducing leaf area and dry weight. This study evaluated groundnut genotypes for their ability to thrive and produce on calcareous soils with low phosphorus availability. Assessment of shoot biomass, root biomass, shoot P- concentration, kernel P-concentration, P-accumulation and yield wer ...

SUBJECT: phosphorus levels; groundnut genotypes

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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The experiment was conducted during two consecutive Kharif seasons of 2014 and 2015 in groundnut.The highest level of yield attributes viz., number of filled pods plant-1 , 100 pod weight, 100 kernel weight, shelling percentage, the lowest number of ill-filled pods plant-1, pod and haulm yield were recorded with the supply of 100 percent of N through sheep penning and found comparable with 50 ...

SUBJECT: groundnut; rainfed; nutrient sources; yield attributes; protective irrigated

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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A total of 89 blackgram accessions were subjected to D2 analysis to assess the diversity for 18 quantitative traits. The genotypes were grouped into 14 clusters. Cluster IV consisted of maximum number of accessions (26) followed by cluster I (23), III (16) ,II (10) and cluster X (5).The clusters viz., V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII, XIII and XIV consisted only one accession each. The inter-clus ...

SUBJECT: divergence; black gram; yield attributes

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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The distribution of DTPA extractable micronutrients was studied in six major physiographic and land use units namely tankfed uplands, rainfed uplands, tankfed middle lands, rainfed middle lands, tankfed plains and tankfed lowlands in proposed ayacut area of Thotapalli major irrigation canal of North Coastal Andhra Pradesh. DTPA-extractable zinc and copper were higher (0.11 to 0.93 mg kg-1 and ...

SUBJECT: land use units; ayacut area; dtpa extractable; micronutrients; cations

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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The Laboratory model seedling picking and releasing mechanism has been developed by modifying the mechanism of “Annapurna Rice Transplanter”during 2012-13. Opening of finger is controlled by gap provided between two T-shaped cam plates. Finger assembly has two arms, shorter arm is attached to the fixed L-angle bar and longer arm was hinged to the fixed shaft. Both arms are connected by a sprin ...

SUBJECT: rice transpalnter; seedling picking and releasing mechanism

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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Konanki mega watershed project was sanctioned in the year 2010-11 and implemented in Prakasam district till March 2018. Impact study was conducted on environmental and socio-economic indicators by physical visit to the project area and through bio-physical measurable characteristics by remote sensing and GIS techniques to assess the outcomes and impact on the watershed community. The total geo ...

SUBJECT: impact assessment; watershed

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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A field experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of biochar on Rabi groundnut nutrition in red sandy loam soils. Eight treatments viz., control (T1), 100% RDF only (T2), 100% RDF + biochar @ 2 t ha-1 (T3 ), 100% RDF + biochar @ 4 t ha-1 (T4), 100% RDF + biochar @ 6 t ha-1 (T5), 75% RDF + biochar @ 2 t ha-1 (T6 ), 75% RDF + biochar @ 4 t ha-1 (T7) and 75% RDF + biochar @ 6 t ha-1 (T8 ) w ...

SUBJECT: rabi groundnut; biochar; sandy loam soils; macronutrients

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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A line X tester analysis was studied in rice with seven lines and four tester parents to identify suitable general and specific combiner for breeding programme. The variances due to SCA were of greater magnitude than GCA for all the traits indicating the preponderance of non-additive gene action for these characters. Among the lines STBN 25, STBN 26 and RNR 15048 and testers ADT 43 and IR 64 w ...

SUBJECT: combining ability; gene action; quality characters; rice

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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