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To teach the crop husbendry of Kharif cerels, pulses, oilseed crops, fibre crops, millets and forage crops.
This course provides knowledge about package of practices (starting from land preparation and selection of crop to harvesting) for different kharif season field crops.
Origin, geographical distribution, economic importance, soil and climatic requirements, varieties, cultural practices and yield of Kharif crops. Cereals – rice, maize, sorghum, pearl millet and finger millet, pulses-pigeonpea, mungbean and urdbean; oilseeds- groundnut, and soybean; fibre crops- cotton & Jute; forage crops-sorghum, cowpea, cluster bean and napier.
Rice nursery preparation, transplanting of Rice, sowing of soybean, pigeonpea and mungbean. maize, groundnut and cotton, effect of seed size on germination and seedling vigour of kharif season crops, effect of sowing depth on germination of kharif crops, identification of weeds in kharif season crops, top dressing and foliar feeding of nutrients, study of yield contributing characters and yield calculation of kharif season crops, study of crop varieties and important agronomic experiments at experimental farm. study of forage experiments, morphological description of kharif season crops, visit to research centres of related crops.
Bachelor of Science (Agriculture). Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences (SHUATS), Allahabad, India in 2011 Master of Science (Agronomy). Visva Bharati University –(VBU), Birbhum, West Bengal, India in 2013 Research topic: Effect of seaweed extract on growth and productivity of sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) in the red and lateritic belt of West Bengal PhD […]