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This experiment was conducted to find out the effects of Trichoderma viride ongrowth and yield of wheat at Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Lamjung Campus, Sundarbazar, Lamjung during December 2016 – April 2017. The experiment consisted of seven treatments; (T1: Control; T2: Soil + NPK; T3: Soil inoculatedTrichoderma; T4: Trichoderma + FYM; T5: Trichoderma + ½ NPK; T6: Trichoderma ...

SUBJECT: trichoderma viride; npk; wheat; grain yield

POSTED TO: Malaysian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture [2521-294X]

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Winter planting of maize in Inner Tarai region of Nepal is affected by plantingdates. This experiment was conducted at research field of National Maize Research Program (NMRP) Rampur, Chitwan, Nepal from September to March in 2016 to 2017 toevaluate the yield performance of maize varieties under various panting dates. Theexperiment was conducted in factorial randomized complete block design (R ...

SUBJECT: planting dates; maize varieties; grain yield

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he present study was undertaken to identify the morphological, physical and chemical characteristics of soils in Tushka, Aswan governorate, Egypt, in order to classify and evaluate them from the agricultural use view point. Tushka area is located in the western desert, upper Egypt. It lies between latitudes of 22° 48′ 00.7″ and 22° 28′ 44.2” N and longitudes of 31° 28′ 07.2″ and 31° 29′ 08.2″ ...

SUBJECT: tushka; microleis; asle program; modified storie index

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Considering the context of climate change and food security issues of the poor,marginalized and vulnerable farmers; there is urgent need of characterization of the traits and its correlation in the different genotypes of finger millet for development of elite variety in Nepal. A field research was carried out at agronomy field at hill crop research program (HCRP), kabre, Dolakha from June toNo ...

SUBJECT: characterization; correlation; grain yield; finger millet

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One of the impediments to artificially regenerating forests is seed dormancy and seed scarification improves germination rate. However, the majority of studieson seed treatment to break dormancy in dry tropical woody species have focussed onthe seedling stage and little is known about the effects of seed treatment on saplings and trees. This study, conducted at a permanent site in central Zamb ...

SUBJECT: survivorship; seed dormancy; radial growth; assisted forest regeneration; senegalia polyacantha

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Cutting has mentioned one of Beaucarnea’s propagation methodsin some scientific references, but it is hard-to-root plant. This experiment carriedout to try rooting of shoot cutting of this species. For this purpose, Ponytailpalm tip shoot cuttings were treated by 4 concentrations of Indole butyric acid(IBA) including: 0, 1000, 2000 and 4000 mg/l. The rooted cutting of Beaucarnearecurvata was t ...

SUBJECT: foliage; rooting; iba; nolina

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The major threats of horseshoe crabs in Hong Kong include (1) coastal development, whichdestroys the sprawling grounds of horseshoe crabs; and (2) fisheries, which reduces its populationin the wild directly. Artificial breeding of juvenile horseshoe crabs for wild release is therefore considered as one of the means to raise the population of this species.

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Water shortage or scarcity is becoming a major concern for many nations across the world. The situation is worsened by rapid urbanization and population growth in developing countries, thus increase competition for water used for irrigated agriculture. Various efforts have been made by the authorities in the developing countries to provide sufficient water and improve the quality of water reso ...

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A rapid development in economic sectors has induced the water depletion in most of the developing country,particularly for Malaysia. This study estimates the consumptive water use of cultivating 5 cash crops, i.e.cassava, maize, rice, sugarcane and sweet potato in Peninsular Malaysia. The consumptive water uses for cultivating these 5 crops was determined based on the CROPWAT 8.0 and Penman Mo ...

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Water scarcity has emerged as a global issue and the situation is getting worse. In accordance with the urgency, this study aimed to assess the suitability of a rainwaterharvesting system (RWHS) to supply water for domestic uses in residential colleges in theBangi campus of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). The study also analysed the level ofawareness on the importance of rainwater and RW ...

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