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Agriculture and Environmental Science Academy (AESA) is a registered under the societies registration act XXI of 1860 with its head office in Haridwar (Uttarakhand), India. AESA is a non- profit organization and is an interdisciplinary research organization and it’s dedicated for issues in the field of social, environment and agriculture development. It has been established for providing a wide range of social activities, environmental awareness, sustainable agriculture, educational work in the field of pollution, health, sanitation, forest, wi [...]

Chromium and lead are among the major toxicants that have their own environmental concerns and are very harmful for living organisms even in small concentrations. The present study is performed to evaluate the acute toxicity potential of chromium and lead on terrestrial garden snail (Helix aspersa) at different concentration ranges from 1.0 mg/L to 20 mg/L at different exposure time. In determ ...

SUBJECT: lc50; toxicity; heavy metals; probit; helix aspersa

POSTED TO: Archives of Agriculture and Environmental Science [2456-6632]

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This study delves into the issues related to remittance and its role in the Nepalese economy. Remittance is found to have positive association with human capital formation and financial development while negative impact on productivity and international trade in Nepal. Nepal is one of the leading nations of sending workers abroad received approximately US$ 6.29 billion of remittances, almost 2 ...

SUBJECT: foreign aid; productivity; gdp; human capital; financial development

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This paper critically analyzes the trajectory of agricultural growth and its determinants in Nepal. Agricultural growth is vital for stimulating overall economic growth. The World Bank research shows strong statistical link between agricultural and overall economic growth in less developed countries. Economic growth and agricultural growth in Nepal also show strong correlation (r = 0.7501***). ...

SUBJECT: agri-gdp; agricultural credit; economic growth; agricultural transformation

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An Ethnomedicinal survey study was conducted to get information about the usage of medicinal plants and the diversity of species found around the village. The main objective of the study was to document the plants for their medicinal and other uses. Ethnomedicinal plants are locally available used by tribal communities and local inhabitants for various medicinal purposes. Random sampling surve ...

SUBJECT: ayurvedalaya; ethnomedicinal plants; false daisy; satisfaction; respondents

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Development activities in the; Karai Watershed, in upstream area, are intensive. The activities tend to decrease the land abilities in absorbing water and protecting surface soil for erosion, which finally affect the rise of;; vegetation; damage,; soil damage,; surface run-off and erosion The method of taking samples and analyzing environmental damage were conducted by purposive sampling. Data ...

SUBJECT: karai watershed; forest cover; sedimentation; run off; erosion

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Integrated farming system is a very effective tool for improving rural economy. Our present study was carried out in different pond dykes of Dumuria upazila of Khulna district, Bangladesh to investigate the effect of different fish pond sediments on growth, yield and subsequently analyze the nutritional quality of Indian spinach. The experiment consisted of two factors;viz.,;pond types (P) (th ...

SUBJECT: nutritional quality; growth; pond muds/sediments; yield; fertilizers

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A study was carried to assess the production and marketing status of natural rubber in Jhapa district in 2019, from a random sample of 70 households and 5 traders. Results were drawn using descriptive and inferential statistics employing SPSS and MS-Excel. The average area under natural rubber cultivation was 2.2 bigha and the productive area was 1.21 bigha. The average rubber sheet produced p ...

SUBJECT: financial feasibility; price spread; production; natural rubber; marketing

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Credit provides the means for many farmers to adjust their operations to keep up with the constant changes and, by doing so, to improve their operations. It also contributes to achieve food security of households. Tabular method is used to analyze credit profile, multiple regression analyses are used to determine the impact of credit on maize production and “Modified”; OECD scale is used to me ...

SUBJECT: bangladesh, credit, food security, maize production

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An experiment was carried out to study the effect of date of sowing and level of phosphorus on the yield, yield components and seed protein content of faba bean (Vicia faba;L.) at the Agronomy Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during November 2018 to March 2019 to study the influence of sowing date and phosphorous fertilization on the growth, yield and quality of ...

SUBJECT: yield components; faba bean; growth; planting time; seed protein content

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This study simulated the biophysical, economic and environmental implications of cowpea fertigated with human urine (equivalent to 60 kg N ha-1) as source of organic N. The DSSAT CROPGRO model was used to simulate harvested cowpea yield, N(leached), N(uptake), monetary returns or gross margins in ($) under two different treatments: without fertigation or human urine (T0) and with fertigation ( ...

SUBJECT: risk aversion; stochastic dominance; n-leaching; fertigation; gross margin

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