Crop Production Technology-II


Dr. Tanmoy Shankar


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Course Name :

Crop Production Technology-II


Code : ASAG2204 (2+1+0)

Course Objectives

To gain knowledge about the crop husbandry of cereals fibers, oil seed and pulse crops.

To classify the crops with relation to growing environment develop competency in field crop production by knowing scientific technology

Course Co-PO Mapping

COs Course outcomes Mapping COs with POs
CO1 After learning this course one would be able to gains the knowledge about crop PO1
CO2 Students will understand climate and crop relationships. PO2
CO4 Students can integrate facts, concepts and methods from  the application and apply to solving crop production problems PO3,PO4

PO1: Knowledge Enhancement

PO2: Professional Enhancement

PO3: Entrepreneurship Skills

PO4: Communication & Extension Skill

Course Syllabus

Origin, geographical distribution, economic importance, soil and climatic requirements, varieties, cultural practices and yield of Rabi crops; cereals wheat and barley, pulses-chickpea, lentil, peas, oilseeds-rapeseed, mustard and sunflower; sugar crops-sugarcane; other crops- potato,Forage crops-berseem, lucerne and oat.
Sowing methods of wheat and sugarcane, identification of weeds in rabi season crops, study of morphological characteristics of rabi crops, study of yield contributing characters of rabi season crops, yield and juice quality analysis of sugarcane, study of important agronomic experiments of rabi crops at experimental farms. Study of rabi forage experiments, oil extraction of medicinal crops, visit to research stations of related crops.
1. Reddy, S.R. and ReddiRamu. 5th edition. Agronomy of Field Crops, Kalyani Publishers, Ludhiana.
2. Chidda Singh, Singh, P. and Singh, R. 2003. Modern Techniques of Raising Field Crops. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
3. Rajendra Prasad (ed.), 2004. Text Book of Field Crop Production, Commercial Crops, Volume -II. ICAR, New Delhi.</p>ure : concept and numerical  Amit Bhatnagar

Session Plan

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3-4

Wheat 3-4

wheat 3-4

Sowing methods of wheat

Experiment 1


Identification of weeds in rabi season crops

Experiment 2 Identification of weeds in rabi season crops

Experiment 3

Study of morphological characteristics of rabi crops

Experiment 4

morphological characteristics

Session 5-6

Session 7

Session 8

Session 9


lentil 9


Session 10

Field peas

field pea 10

field pea

Session 13-14

Rapeseed & mustard

mustard and rapeseed 13-14


Session 15-16


sunflower 15-16


Study of oil extraction

Experiment 14


Session 17

Session 19-20

Sugarcane 3

Sagrcane 3

Product of sugarcane

Sowing methods of sugarcane

Experiment 2

Study of yield contributing characters of rabi season crops


Experiment 5

Yield and juice quality analysis of sugarcane

Experiment 6

Yield and juice quality analysis of sugarcane

Session 21-22

Session 23

Forage crops- Berseem & Lucerne

forage barseem

importance of forage and fodder


Session 24-28

Session 29

Session 30

Session 31-32

Our Main Teachers

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 […]