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Indian Society of Hill Agriculture with its headquarters at G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Hill Campus, Ranichauri, Distt Tehri-Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India is a registered society under Societies Registration Act, 1860 (Registration No. GTG 627 dated May 25th, 2010), and has participation and representation of all hill regions of the country including Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, North-Eastern Hill region, Nilgiri Hills etc.

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Agriculture plays an important role in food and nutritional security of Nepal. Climate change is negatively affecting agriculture especially in hill agriculture of the country. Reviews showed that increase in temperature in Nepal is higher (1.7oC in 30 years, i.e. 0.06oC /year) than the global average. In Nepal, both positive and negative impacts of climate change have been observed on agricul ...

SUBJECT: adaptation; climate change

POSTED TO: Journal of Hill Agriculture [0976-7606]

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The use of conventional pesticides lead to a myriad of problems such as environmental pollution, pest resurgence, secondary pest outbreak and many more. The present era is the era of new technologies that are novel, sustainable and environment friendly. Thus, when one talks about plant protection, the techniques that fulfil the above criteria are always welcome. One such technique is the use o ...

POSTED TO: Journal of Hill Agriculture [0976-7606]

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Traditional livestock production systems in highland areas of Nepal involve animals, especially yak and yak cattle hybrids as a source of food, prestige and security among the nomadic communities. Yak, which is also known as 'the camel of snow', is the livestock of choice among nomadic communities and is considered as the symbol of wealth. This study was done to document the present status of ...

SUBJECT: feeding; inbreeding; health care

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Light is the main environmental factor which regulates growth and development of crop plants. Decrease in light intensity due to shading adversely affects plant growth and development. The present study was conducted to analyze the effect of varying degree of shades on growth characteristics and yield of wheat crop. Two shading treatments were applied i.e. 33 % shading (L1) and 66 % shading (L ...

SUBJECT: shading; leaf area index

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Phenotypic stability was studied in 26 divergent genotypes of kodo millet for four years. The results were analysed on the basis of stability parameters for days to flower and maturity, and plant height. Variance due to genotypes, environments, and G x E interaction were significant for all the characters when tested against pooled error but plant height was not significant when tested against ...

SUBJECT: phenotype; genetic stability; estabilidad genetica; paspalum scrobiculatum; phenotypes

POSTED TO: Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding (India). [0019-5200]

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Yield is a complex character dependent upon many components. Studies on the correlation of characters and their relative direct and indirect effects on yield are of immense value in selection of superior genotypes. In correlation studies, plant height, stemgirth, number of leaves per plant, panicle weight and panicle length are important traits for selection of dual purpose of sorghum. The Cru ...

SUBJECT: caracteristicas agronomicas; correlacion genetica; caractere agronomique; rendement des cultures; methode statistique

POSTED TO: Andhra Agricultural Journal (India). [0003-2950]

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Plant regeneration through embryogenesis has been achieved from cultured anthers of CxR cultivar of coffee (an interspecific hybrid derivative of C. congensis and C. canephora) (Robusta). Initially, flower buds were pretreated at different temperatures (5-25øC) for 24-72 h in dark. The anthers of uninucleate microspore stage were cultured on MS medium supplemented with different concentration ...

SUBJECT: anther culture; coffea; varieties; regeneration; somatic embryogenesis

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

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The influence of flowering phases on nut yield was carried out on fourteen cashewnut clones, at CRS, Bapatla. The different clones were grouped into three main groups viz., 1. Clones having two phases 2. Clones having three phases and 3. Clones having four phases. Each of these groups were divided into two subgroups depending on the sequence of male and mixed phases. Clones like M 44-3, M 15-4 ...

SUBJECT: clones; floraison; clone; rendement des cultures; floracion

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

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Blister blight caused by the fungus Exobasidium vexans Massee is a major problem in tea plantations. The new flush-two leaf and a bud, produced by bushes recovering from pruning are the worst affected. Since the tender leaves are used for tea manufacture, it would be difficult to segregate the diseased leaves from the healthy ones. Tea prepared from blistered leaves has been reported to be wea ...

SUBJECT: flavonoides; camellia sinensis; exobasidium; blight; flavonoide

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

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Line x tester analysis involving 40 females and 3 males from diverse origin revealed that both additive and nonadditive gene actions were important in controlling most of the characters studied. However, additive gene action was predominant. Variety Varuna, among the male parents, was the best general combiner for seed yield, oil content and most other important traits. Among the female parent ...

SUBJECT: vigueur hybride; brassica juncea; combining ability; aptitud combinatoria; vigor hibrido

POSTED TO: The Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding (India). [0019-5200]