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Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University was established under the name of Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University (APAU) on the 12th of June, 1964. Later, it was renamed as Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University on the 7th of November, 1996. Mandate: TEACHING, RESEARCH AND EXTENSION Train the manpower in Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering & Technology and Home Science for the development of state (Teaching) Constantly generate and improve technologies for increasing production in Agriculture and for the welfare of rural folk (Research) [...]

The study was conducted during 2016-17 with the specific objective of studying the perception and adoption levels of 209 farmers of Krishna district regarding the utility of SHCs information and recommendations. the Krishna district farmers had high (52.15 %) to medium (25.84 %) perception regarding SHCs information. Overall, the farmers had medium (46.4%)to low (39.2 %) adoption concerning re ...

SUBJECT: perception and adoption behaviour; soil health cards

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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Soil quality evaluation of proposed ayacut area under Thotapalli irrigation project showed the range of RSQI values ranging from 67.8 to 86.8 and soil quality classes between IV and II. Lowest RSQI values of 67.8 in soils of Gujjangivalasa pedon corresponding to soil quality class of IV (severe limitations for plant growth) and highest RSQI value of 86.8 in soils of Devarapalli pedon, correspo ...

SUBJECT: soil quality index; thotapalli irrigation project ayacut

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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Genetically pure and physically cleaned seed of green gram (Vigna radiata L.) cv. KM2 obtained from Tamilnadu Rice Research Institute, Aduthurai served as a basic material for this study conducted during Kharif, 2014. Seed was inoculated with biofertilizers like Rhizobium, Phosphate solubilizing bacteria and VAM @ 600 g ha-1 of seeds either individually or in combinations (Seven treatments). T ...

SUBJECT: vam; greengram; seed quality; rhizobium; biofertilizers

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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The study was undertaken to determine the sustainability index of eleven rice genotypes evaluated for four consecutive years (2013-2016) at Agricultural Research Station, Nellore in both Kharif and Rabi seasons consisting of six advanced lines ( NLR 3415, NLR 3412, NLR 3408, NLR 3407, NLR 3410 and NLR 3414) and five released varieties (NLR 34449, NLR 33892, NLR 40024, NLR 30491 and NLR 3041). ...

SUBJECT: rice genotypes; sustainability index; nellore rice varieties; rice

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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A laboratory soil column study was conducted aiming at the evaluation of the soil application of urban compost collected from ‘Integrated Municipal Solid Waste Management Project’ in Jawaharnagar, Telangana State during 2012-13.The option to utilize urban compost in agricultural soils instead of taking to landfill as it contained organic carbon and more than one essential nutrient, can be cons ...

SUBJECT: urban compost usage; soil properties; humic acid; fym; biochar

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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n Uttarakhand, ‘Farmers’ Fair’was organized by GovindBallabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, twice in a year mainly to benefit the farming community. The study was conducted during 2017-18 with the objective of studying the socio-economic condition of the farmers and to study the perception of Farmers towards farmers’ fairactivites. Majority (53%) of the respondents had ...

SUBJECT: overall perception of farmers; farmers’ fair; kishangosthi programme

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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Genetic divergence among thirty chickpea genotypes utilising 19 yield, drought tolerance and mechanical harvestable traits was studied under rainfed and irrigated conditions. Thirty genotypes were grouped into five distinct clusters both under rainfed and irrigated conditions, however, the pattern of grouping was different under two growing conditions. Genetic diversity under rainfed condition ...

SUBJECT: genetic diversity analysis; machine harvestability; chickpea

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Genetic diversity in rice using principal component analysis in 86 advanced breeding lines developed at Agricultural Research Station, Utukur and 7 popularly grown varieties was studied. The analysis of variance revealed significant differences for all the nine economically important yield traits measured. Use of principal component analysis revealed nine components, out of which three compone ...

SUBJECT: genetic diversity; principal component analysis; rice

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A long-term field experiment was initiated during Kharif, 1989 to study the effect of the combination of organic and inorganic fertilizers on yield, fertility status and uptake pattern of nutrients in rice-rice cropping system. The results pertaining to 2013-14 were presented in this article. The pH values of 1:2.5 soil-water suspensions ranged from 5.3 to 5.9 after harvest of Kharif and Rabi ...

SUBJECT: rice- rice cropping system; soil fertility; integrated nutrient management

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A study was carried out in sunflower to ascertain the character association between yield and its component traits and to assess the nature and extent of direct and indirect effects of component characters on seed yield. Ten parental lines (4 lines and 6 testers), twenty-four hybrids and four checks were evaluated during Rabi, 2018-19 in a randomized block design with two replications. A total ...

SUBJECT: correlation coefficient and path-coefficient analy; sunflower

POSTED TO: The Journal of Research ANGRAU

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