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Bulletin Of Environment, PHarmacology and Life Sciences

[A Monthly Peer Reviewed International Journal of Life Sciences]

 [Published By: Academy for Environment and Life Sciences, INDIA]
        E-ISSN 2277-1808

Volume (2)  SPECIAL Issue   2017

Table of Contents

 

 

 

1.   TO STUDY FIELD EMERGENCE AND LABORATORY EVALUATION WITH RESPECT TO PHYSIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF SOYBEAN  GENOTYPE
(GLYCINE MAX (L) MERRIL)

P. G. Totewad, B. G. Kamble and V. S. Pawar

 

2.  FERTILIZER RATES VERIFICATION AND PRESCRIPTION BASED ON SOIL TEST CROP RESPONSE FOR SOYBEAN GROWN IN MID
HILLS OF MEGHALAYA.

L. Somendro Singh, Brajendra  and Patiram

 

3.    SEEDLING PARAMETERS OF SOYBEAN CULTIVARS AS INFLUENCED WITH SEED STORAGE PERIODS.

Totewad.P.G., Kamble.B.G. and D.B Deosarkar.

 

4.    EFFECT OF STORAGE ON GERMINATION AND VIABILITY OF SOYBEAN SEED IN GENOTYPE (GLYCINE MAX ( L. ) MERRIL )

Totewad. P.GB. G Kamble and D.B Deosarkar

 

5.   THE OPTIMIZE CONGENIAL CLIMATIC CONDITION TO HARVEST THE OPTIMUM YIELDS OF CHICKPEA UNDER PREVAILING
WEATHER CONDITION.

Ajit Singh, Ashok Kumar, And Smita Gupta

 

6.    IMPACT OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN/ DISCOMFORT OF TAILORING ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY THE TAILORS

Alisha Aftab, Poonam Singh, Abha Singh and Pragya Ojha

 

7.    ASSESSMENT OF EXERTION OR STRESS AMONG MALE AND FEMALE TAILORS: AN ERGONOMIC STUDY

Alisha Aftab, Poonam Singh, Abha Singh and Pragya Ojha

 

8.    CREATING A SKILLED WOMEN AGRICULTURAL WORK FORCE FOR ACHIEVING FOOD SECURITY: A CASE OF NALGONDA DISTRICT OF
TELANGANA STATE

Amtul Waris

 

9.    ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE OF GREEN GRAM IN RAIGARH DISTRICT OF CHHATTISGARH STATE.

Anil Divya and Hulas Pathak

 

10. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF THE TOMATO GROWERS ON RECOMMENDED CULTIVATION PRACTICES

K.Madhuri, Dr. V.Sailaja, P.V.Sathya Gopal and D. Subramanyam4

 

11.  EFFECT OF LEVELS OF MALTODEXTRIN ON SPRAY DRIED JAMUN JUICE POWDER ON ITS RECOVERY AND SENSORY QUALITY

A.R.Kamtekar, K.H. Pujari, M. S. Masal, P.H.Kambekar

 

12. EFFECT OF MALTODEXTRIN AND TRICALCIUM PHOSPHATE ON QUALITY ATTRIBUTES OF JAMUN JUICE POWDER

A.R.Kamtekar, K.H. Pujari, M. S. Masal, P.H.Kambekar

 

13. SULPHUR RETENTION AND RELEASE IN ALFISOLS AND ULTISOLS OF JHARKHAND

Brajandra, L. M. Shukla,  N. Sailaja , MBB  Prasad Babu and Sumanth Kumar, VV

 

14. WEB BASED DSS FOR LIME RECOMMENDATION IN ACIDIC SOILS

Brajendra ,A.K.Vishwakarma N. Sailaja , MBB  Prasad Babu and Sumanth Kumar, VV

 

15. EFFECT OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF POTASSIUM AND GREEN MANURE ON GRAIN YIELD AND SOIL PROPERTIES OF RICE (Oryza sativa.L)

D.V. Sujatha, P. Kavitha, M.V.S. Naidu and P. Uma Maheswari    

 

16. BIO-EFFICACY, PERSISTENCE AND RESIDUAL TOXICITY OF DIFFERENT INSECTICIDES AGAINST HEAD BORER (Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner)) OF SUNFLOWER

R. B. Dake, V. K. Bhamare And S. H. Mhaske

 

17.  MARKETING ASPECTS OF MENTHA IN BARABANKI DISTRICT OF U.P

G. P. Singh, K. K. Singh, R.A. Singh, A. K. Tripathi, P.K. Sahu, Srishti Kushwaha

 

18. EFFECT OF DIFFERENTIAL NUTRIENT DOSES AND SCHEDULING ON GROWTH, YIELD ATTRIBUTES, YIELD AND NUTRIENT EFFICIENCY IN
HYBRID RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.).

N.K.Tiwari, S.F.A Zaidi, Mohinder Singh and Ashok Kumar Dhenwal

 

19. RESPONSE OF NITROGEN LEVELS AND ITS TIME OF APPLICATION ON YIELD AND ECONOMICS ON WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) IN EASTERN U.P.

Yashwant Yadav B.N. Singh-

 

20. GENETIC DIVERGENCE IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE MAX L. MERRILL)

G. Neelima, S P Mehtre and G W Narkhede

 

21. ORGANIC GROUNDNUT PRODUCTION UNDER RAINFED CONDITIONS FOR SUSTAINED PRODUCTIVITY

G.D. Umadevi, N. Sunitha, Y. Reddi Ramu and M.V.S. Naidu

 

22. SPATIAL PRICE INTEGRATION AND PRICE TRANSMISSION AMONG MAJOR CHICKPEA MARKETS IN INDIA

Gummagolmath K,C., Vanusha Baregal and Nirmala Bandumula

 

23. MANAGEMENT  OF WEB BLIGHT OF MUNGBEAN  USING CHEMICALS, BIO-AGENTS, SOIL AMENDMENTS ALONE AND IN COMBINATION

H.C. Lal, Kanak Lata, Savita Ekka, Niraj Kumar and Binay Kumar

 

24. GENETIC VARIABILITY STUDIES FOR YIELD AND ITS ATTRIBUTES IN SUNFLOWER (Helianthus annuus L.)

K. Madhavi Latha, A.V.S. Durga Prasad, S. Neelima, P. Uma Maheswari

 

25. BIOPHYSICAL MECHANISMS OF RESISTANCE TO BRINJAL SHOOT AND FRUIT BORER,LEUCINODES ORBONALIS GUENEE IN BRINJAL

K.G. Ambhure, V.K. Dubey, S.V. Agale and D.K. Rana

 

26. READY REKONER OF STCR  BASED FERTILIZER RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MAIZE GROWN IN MID HILLS OF MEGHALAYA

L. Somendro Singh, Brajendra  And Patiram

 

27. NATIONAL AGRICULTURE MARKET: GAME CHANGER POLICY FOR AGRICULTURE INDIAN MARKETING

Leelesh Kumar Sahu, Mohamed Arshad Ayub and Divya Chandrakar

 

28. EFFECT OF NEWER NEONICOTINOIDES ON HONEY BEE VISITS IN BRINJAL ECOSYSTEM

M.S. MASAL, D.R. KADAM and S. R. SURWASE

 

29. COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF  DIFFERENT INCUBATION  METHODS FOR THE DETECTION OF SEED BORNE MYCOFLORA  OF MUNGBEAN
(VIGNA RADIATAL.)

B.D. Devamani, M. Saifulla and Jayappa

 

30. PERFORMANCE OF SOYBEAN [GLYCINE MAX (L.) AS INFLUENCED BY DIFFERENT LEVELS AND METHOD OF NITROGEN APPLICATION
UNDER RAINFED CONDITIONS.

Mansingh Baghel, A. K. Vishwakarma, M.D. Vyas and P.S.Parmar

 

31. FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF SPECIES OF HONEY BEES IN SAFFLOWER Carthamus tinctorius L.

Matre Y. B., Latpate C. B., Tukaram. A. Nikam, Shinde S. V

 

32. BIOLOGY AND HOST RANGE OF SPIRALLING WHITEFLY, ALEURODICUS DISPERSES RUSSELL

S. S. Morde, S. K. Godase and M. S. Masal

 

33. SEASONAL INCIDENCE OF SPIRALLING WHITEFLY, A. DISPERSES IN KONKAN REGION

S. S. Morde, S. K. Godase, M. S. Masal

 

34. STUDY ON RELATIVE PREFERENCES OF FOLIAR NEMATODE, APHELENCHOIDES BESSEYI CHRISTIE BETWEEN RICE AND TUBEROSE ON
SILICON ANALYSIS.

Nagulapalli Sneha latha, Nagamandla Ramya Sri and Mrunalini chowdhary

 

35. EFFECT OF ORGANIC MANURING ON GROWTH OF INDIAN MAJOR CARPS

Nishat Akhtar, J.D. Verma, and Mithilesh Kumar Pandey

 

36. EFFECT OF LIQUID AND CARRIER BASED RHIZOBIUM AND PSB ON GROWTH, YIELD AND ECONOMICS OF GREEN GRAM
[VIGNA RADIATA (L.) WILCZEK].

P.V.MULEY AND V. S. SHINDE

 

37. EFFECT OF SEQUENTIAL APPLICATION OF HERBICIDES ON WEED FLORA AND GRAIN YIELD IN DIRECT SEEDED RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.)

Ram Pratap Singh, Manoj Kumar, R.S. Singh, Raj Kumar, A.K. Singh and A.N. Mishra

 

38.  EFFECT OF INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF WHEAT UNDER LATE SOWN CONDITION 

Ram Pratap Singh, Vipin Patel, A.K. Singh, A.N. Mishra, Raj Kumar and R.S. Singh

 

39. EFFECT OF BIO-RATIONAL INSECTICIDES ON LADY BIRD BEETLES OF SUNFLOWER ECOSYSTEM

R.B. DAKE, V.K. BHAMARE and R. B. KAPARE

 

40. QUINOA (CHENOPODIUM QUINOA WILLD.) GROWTH AND YIELD ATTRIBUTES AND YIELD AS INFLUENCED BY DRIP AND SURFACE
METHOD OF IRRIGATION

Praveen V, Kadam,K. B. Suneetha Devi,S. A. Hussain And Uma Devi, M.

 

41. GENETIC VARIABILITY STUDIES IN CHICKPEA (CICER ARIETINUM L.)  FOR YIELD AND YIELD RELATED TRAITS

Takkuri Raju, Raghunath Sadhukhan, Vangaru Sathish

 

42. CONCENTRATION AND UPTAKE OF POTASSIUM BY MAIZE (ZEA MAYS L.) IN SOILS OF  KURNOOL DISTRICT OF A.P

I.Rajeevana, P.Kavitha, M .Sreenivasa Chari and M.Sreenivasa Reddy

 

43. BIOLOGY OF WHITEFLY ON TOMATO PLANTS

Nagamandla Ramya sri, Nagulapally Sneha latha,  Shantanu Jha,

 

44. WEED MANAGEMENT IN BLACK GRAM

Ravi Shanker Singh, Raj Kumar, Manoj Kumar and Ram Pratap Singh

 

45. DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE OF INSECT VISITORS/POLLINATORS ON ONION (Allium cepa L.)

Ravi Biradar, Utpal Das, Kariyanna B. and Poonam Srivastava

 

46. EVALUATION OF CMS LINES AND ITS MAINTAINERS IN PIGEONPEA (Cajanus cajan L. Millsp.)

Niraj Kumar, Laxmi Kumari ,H.C.Lal Uttam Chand and Binay Kumar

 

47. PREFERENCE OF HOST STAGES AND PARASITIC EFFICIENCY OF AENASIUS BAMBAWALEI HAYAT ON MEALY BUG, PHENACOCCUS
SOLENOPSIS
TINSLEY

Savde V.G., Bokan S.C. and Sanjekar M.B.

 

48. SPECTRAL REFLECTANCE  DYNAMICS  FOR  NUTRIENT  STRESS ASSAY- A BRIEF REVIEW

Shashi Bhushan Kumar, N. Sailaja, MBB Prasad Babu , Brajendra, Sumanth Kumar, VV  and A K Vishwakarma

 

49. EVALUATION OF TRICYCLAZOLE 18% + MANCOZEB 62% WP AGAINST LEAF AND FRUIT SPOT COMPLEX IN POMEGRANATE

Gowdar, S. B., Deepa, H.,AnushaHugar, A., Zaheer Ahamed, B and Sujay Hurali

 

50. BIOEFFICACY OF NEWER INSECTICIDES AGAINST SUCKING PEST COMPLEX OF TRANSGENIC COTTON

S.R.Surwase, P.R.Zanwar and M.S.Masal

 

51. SEASONAL ACTIVITY OF SUCKING PEST COMPLEX ON TRANSGENIC COTTON

S.R.Surwase, P.R.Zanwar and M.S. Masal

 

52. EFFECT OF INFECTION TYPES OF SELECTED WHEAT CULTIVARS AND DIFFERENTIALS, SET A AND B AGAINST SIX PATHOTYPES OF PUCCINIA
STRIIFORMIS
UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Seethiya Mahajan, Raj Kumar, Deepak Mahajan,  Shazia Paswal and Varsha Bharti

 

53. PERFORMANCE OF MULTIVOLTINE SILKWORM RACES ONM-5 VARIETY OF MULBERRY (BOMBYX MORI L.)

Sharad A. Shendage., Vrunda S. Thakare, Pooja G.Chandrawanshi

 

54. GENETIC VARIABILITY STUDIES ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND YIELD RELATED TRAITS IN MUNGBEAN (VIGNA RADIATA (L.) WILCZEK)

Sofia, D. M. Reddy, M. Shanti Priya and P. Latha     

 

55. COMBINING ABILITY ANALYSIS OF PARENTS AND HYBRIDS FOR GREEN FODDER YIELD AND ITS ATTRIBUTING TRAITS IN SWEET
SORGHUM [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench]

T. Soujanya, T. Shashikala And A. V. Umakanth

 

56. STRATEGY TO ENHANCE THE ICT UTILIZATION BY THE AGRICULTURAL OFFICERS

T. Sri Chandana, P.V.Sathya Gopal, Dr. V. Sailaja and A.V. Nagavani

 

57. WHITE SORGHUM PRODUCTIVITY, N-USE EFFICIENCIES IN RELATION TO IRRIGATIONS AND NITROGEN LEVELS IN VERTISOLS

T. Swami Chaitanya, P. Munirathnam And M. Srinivasa Reddy

 

58. EFFICACY OF CONVENTIONAL AND NEWER INSECTICIDES AGAINST Bt COTTON LEAFHOPPER, Amarasca biguttula biguttula (ISHADA) UNDER HIGH DENSITY PLANTING SYSTEM

Tukaram A. Nikam, C. B. Latpate,  Ramesh K. B., Vrunda S. Thakare

 

59. CORRELATION AND PATH ANALYSIS STUDIES IN MUTANT 296B GENOTYPE OF SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR L.)

V. S. Pawar, J. D. Deshmukh and D. B. Deosarkar

 

60. VARIABILITY STUDIES IN MUTANT 296B GENOTYPE OF SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR L.)

V. S. Pawar, J. D. Deshmukh and H. V. Kalpande

 

61. GERMPLASM FOR HIGH YIELD AND SUCROSE CONTENT UNDER INDIAN AGRO-CLIMATIC CONDITIONS

Varucha Misra, Upagya Sah, A.K. Mall*, Ram Kishor and A.D. Pathak

 

62. EFFECT OF NITROGEN LEVELS AND ITS TIME OF APPLICATION ON GROWTH, AND YIELD ON WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) IN EASTERN U.P.

Yashwant Yadav, B.N. Singh and R.C. Tiwari

 

63. TO STUDY THE LEARNING STYLES OF AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS OF DR.B.S.K.K.V, DAPOLI

Urhe D. A., Y.J. Waghmode And Radha Jadhav

 

64. EXISTING CULTIVATION PRACTICES FOLLOWED BY THE TURMERIC (CURCUMA LONGA L.) GROWERS

G. S. Waghmare, Dr. Y.J. Waghmodeand Radhika Bhongale

 

65. LABORATORY SCREENING OF SOYBEAN VARIETIES/GENOTYPES AGAINST SPODOPTERA LITURA (FABRICIUS)

Aftarika Azmi, Abhishek Shukla, Kailash Chaukikar

 

66. THE OPTIMIZE CONGENIAL CLIMATIC CONDITION TO HARVEST THE OPTIMUM YIELDS OF CHICKPEA UNDER PREVAILING WEATHER
CONDITION.

Ajit Singh, Ashok Kumar, And Smita Gupta

 

67. SHELFLIFE AND QUALITY OF GREEN GRAM SPROUTS TREATED WITH  DIFFERENT FORMS OF GINGER.

G.Bharamappa., Harish.K., Bandeppa., Prasad. H.J.,   Basavaraj. M Kolur and Suvarna, V. C.

 

68. MICROBIAL INOCULANTS EFFECT AN INDIVIDUAL AND COMBINED ON GROWTH AND PLANT HEIGHT OF SOYBEAN

Basavaraj. M. Kolur, G. Bharamappa, Bandeppa, Harish. K and Srikantaiah M

 

69. INTEGRATING DATE OF SOWING AND GROWING CONDITION FOR EARLY HARVEST OF BOTTLE GOURD (LAGENARIA SICERARIA):
IMPLICATION ON GROWTH AND YIELD.

Satish Kumar, Sardar Sunil Singh, Alok Kumar and Sangeeta Kumari

 

70. ASSOCIATION AND RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF HONEYBEE AND OTHER INSECT POLLINATORS IN NIGER (GUIZOTIA ABYSSINICA CASS.)
UNDER THE AGRO CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF RANCHI, JHARKHAND

Binay Kumar , Deepti Khamhari, M.K.Chakravarty, H. C. Lal And Niraj Kumar

 

71. EVALUATION OF SITE SPECIFIC NUTRIENTS MANAGEMENT CONCEPT FOR TARGETED YIELD IN RABI MAIZE

Ch.Ramulu and P.Raghu Rami Reddy

 

72. RESPONSE OF POTATO (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) CULTIVAR KUFRI HIMSONA OF NITROGEN AND ZINC ON GROWTH AND YIELD.

Pradeep Mishra, Vikash Kumar, Nikhil Raghuvanshi, Sonali Rana

 

73. EFFECT OF DIFFFERENT HERBICIDES ON WEED GROWTH AND GRAIN YIELD OF DIRECT SEEDED RICE UNDER RAINFED CONDITION

NARENDAR JANNU, M. SRINIVASA RAJU, K.B. SUNITHA DEVI, G. JAYA SREE  and A. Srinivas

 

74. ISOLATION, IDENTIFICATION AND EVALUATION OF NATIVE ANTAGONISTS MICRO FLORA FROM STEM ROT INFECTED RICE PLANTS
AGAINST SCLEROTIUM ORYZAE.

K Gopika, R Jagadeeshwar, V Krishna Rao and K Vijayalakshmi

 

75. A REVIEW OF WORKS DONE REGARDING PRECISION FARMING IN BANANA

Utpal Das, R.K.Bhattacharyya, PurnimaPathak

 

76. SYSTEM OF RICE INTENSIFICATION: A PARTIAL BUDGET ANALYSIS

Nirmala Bandumula, R.Mahender Kumar, Amtul waris and P.Muthuraman

 

77. DISTRIBUTION STUDIES OF MICRONUTRIENTS IN SOIL OF LEFT SIDE OF THE GANGA CANAL FLOWING THROUGH MUZAFFARNAGAR,
MEERUT AND GHAZIABAD DISTRICTS, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

Pramod Kumar, Ashok Kumar, Sumit Raizada, B.P. Dhyani, U.P Shahi, Vivek, and R.S.Senger

 

78. CORRELATION COEFFICIENT OF YIELD TRAITS IN ADVANCED BREEDING LINES UNDER DROUGHT STRESS

Rahul K.Verma, P. C. Dey, S. K. Chetia, M. K. Modi

 

79. IN-SITU MOISTURE CONSERVATION PRACTICES ON GROWTH CHARACTERS  OF RAINFED GROUNDNUT

G. Rajitha, G. Prabhakara Reddy, A. Muneendra Bbau and P. Sudhakar

 

80. EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON YIELD OF GROUNDNUT (ARACHISHY POGAEA L.)

Shwetha ,Sreenivasa A. G, Ashoka J, Sushila Nadagoud and P. H. Kuchnoor

 

81. PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY OF TURMERIC (CURCUMA LONGA L) UNDER DIFFERENT NUTRITIONAL LEVEL SUPPLEMENTED THROUGH
ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SOURCES.

Sumit Raizada, Ashok Kumar, Pramod Kumar, R.R.Singh, B.P.Dhyani, R.S.Senger and U.P.Shahi

 

82. EFFECTS OF ANTI-BROWNING AGENTS ON QUALITY CHARACTERS OF AGARICUS BITORQUIS (QUEL.) SACC.

Varsha Bharti, Rehana mohi-ud-din, Seethiya Mahajan and Shazia Paswal

 

83. CLIMATE  CHANGE AFFECTING ANIMAL HEALTH AND PRODUCTION : A REVIEW

Vibha Yadav, Shivendra Pratap and RajPal Diwakar

 

84. EFFECT OF DIFFERENT COMBINATION OF FYM AND UREA ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)

Vikash Kumar, Nikhil Raghuvanshi, Dr. R.A. Singh

 

85. CODEX ALIMENTARY- A REVIEW

Kariyanna B., Utpal Das, Ravi Biradar, AnushaHugar A. and Panchaal Battacharjee

 

86. EFFECT OF SOWING ENVIRONMENT AND GENOTYPES ON MEDIUM DURATION RICE UNDER SOUTH ALLUVIAL ZONES OF BIHAR

Birendra Kumar, Niru Kumari, Shashank Tyagi and Amarendra Kumar

 

87. FERTILITY STATUS OF PADDY GROWING SOILS UNDER SUPAUL DISTRICT OF BIHAR (INDIA)

Kumar Jay Prakash, Rajkishore Kumar, Santosh Kumar, Ramjeet Yadav, B.K. Vimal, Y. K. Singh, Sunil Kumar, Rakesh Kumar

 

88. IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF BIOAGENTS AND CHEMICAL FUNGICIDES AGAINST DRY ROOT ROT OF CHICKPEA CAUSED BY MACROPHOMINA
PHASEOLINA
IN SOUTHERN PARTS OF KARNATAKA

Jyothi, V. and Muhammad Saifulla

 

89. MANAGEMENT OF SUGARCANE SMUT CAUSED BY SPORISORIUM SCITAMINEUM: A REVIEW

Shailbala, S.K.Sharma and Amarendra Kumar

 

90. ENZYMATIC EFFECT OF DIFFERENT HOST DEFENSE INDUCTION AGAINST ALTERNARIA TENUISSIMA (KUNZE EX PERS.) WILTSHIRE CAUSING
DIEBACK DISEASE OF CHILLI

C.S. Azad, A. Kumar, G. Chand and R.D. Ranjan

 

91. ESTIMATION OF DROUGHT TOLERANCE IN GROUNDNUT BASED ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND YIELD TRAITS

Anusha Hugar, A,  and D. L. Savithramma

 

92. EVALUATION OF UNIVARIATE TIME SERIES MODELS FOR FORECASTING OF COFFEE EXPORT IN INDIA

Naveena K, Subedar Singh and Abhishek Singh

 

93. DIVERSITY OF CULTURABLE AND UNCULTURABLE GUT BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH FIELD POPULATION OF SPODOPTERA LITURA (FAB.)

Sanjay Yalashetti, Mahesh Shankarappa Yandigeri, Onkarappa Rudrappa, Mohan Muthugounder, Sivakumar Gopalasamy

 

94.  DOCUMENTATION OF PARASITOID COMPLEX ON BRINJAL SHOOT AND FRUIT BORER, LEUCINODES ORBONALIS GUENEE

Murali, S., Jalali, S. K., Kariyanna, B., Shylesha, A. N., Shivalinga Swamy, T. M. and Gandhi Gracy, R

 

95. IMPACT OF FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION ON FOLIAR APPLICATION OF ARKA CITRUS SPECIAL IN SWEET ORANGE

M. Adinarayana, T.Mahesh Babu, I.Rajesh Reddy, G.Prasad babu,V.Thimmappa and M.John Sudheer

 

96. EFFECTS OF LONG TERM APPLICATION OF INORGANIC AND ORGANIC FERTILIZERS ON PHYSICAL AND PHYSICO- CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF
SOIL IN RICE-RICE CROPPING SYSTEM

S. Bhavani, K. Chandra Shaker, G. Jayasree, B. Padmaja and G. Kiran Reddy

 

97. EFFECTS OF LONG TERM APPLICATION OF INORGANIC AND ORGANIC FERTILIZERS ON SOIL FERTILITY STATUS AND YIELD OF RICE

S. Bhavani, K. Chandra Shaker, G. Jayasree, B. Padmaja and G. Kiran Reddy

 

98. RESPONSE OF TOMATO CROP TO DIFFERENT IRRIGATION LEVELS AND DRIPPER DISCHARGE RATES

G. Prasanna, G. Manoj Kumar, M. Srinivasulu And S.D. Hussian

 

99. VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS OF CASHEW PROCESSING

S.Manikandan, Shruthi Gadhe and Anees Ajmal

 

100.  DIVERSITY OF SHORTHORNED GRASSHOPPER IN FIVE DIFFERENT     ECOSYSTEMS

     Raghavender. B and Vastrad A. S

 

101.  GYPSUM BLOCK SOIL MOISTURE SENSOR FOR REAL TIME MONITORING USING GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR MOBILE (GSM) MODULE USING
MPLAB SOFTWARE FOR HORTICULTURE CROPS

      Jatoth Veeranna, Balachandra P.Y, Gouthami K, V. R Mallikarjuna, A.K. Mishra Neelam Patel, and Cini Vergish

 

102.      GENETIC VARIABILITY  OF NALKACHU GENOTYPES

      Ramesh. M, Alam.S, Akashi Sarma, P.Kalita

 

103.      MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION  OF  SOME NALKACHU GENOTYPES

      Ramesh.M,  Alam.S,  Akashi sarma, and  P.Kalita