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Analysis of the economic impact of sorghum and millet research in Mali

First Author
First Name: 
A.M.
Last Name: 
Yapi
Co-Authors: 
Debrah, S.K.
Sidibe, A.
Kergna, A.O.
Sanogo, O.
Publication Year: 
2000
Publisher: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Series: 
Impact Series no.
ISBN: 
92-9066-419-3
Book Number: 
1
Agro Tags: 
Millets | Sorghum | Breeds (animals) | Diffusion | Early maturation | budgets | Cereals | Germplasm | Introduced varieties


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drought| proteins| genotypes| groundnuts| tolerance| irrigation| drought stress| mycotoxins| planting| diffusion of information

Economics of Improved sorghum cultivars in farmers fields in Andhra Pradesh

First Author
First Name: 
Rao, P.P.,( P. Parthasarathy Rao )
Co-Authors: 
Reddy, G.R.
Reddy, B.V.S.,( Belum V. S. Reddy )
Reddy, K.K.,( K. Krishna Reddy )
Journal Title: 
International Sorghum and Millets Newsletter
Journal Year: 
2004
Journal Volume: 
45
Journal Pagination: 
40-42
Agro Tags: 
pigeonpeas | Sorghum | Fixed costs | Intercropping | Grain | Wet season | seasons | Tillage equipment | costs | Hides and skins

 


Trials conducted during the rainy season of 2003 in Mahbubnagar and Ranga Reddy districts, Andhra Pradesh, India, revealed the higher profitability of improved sorghum cultivars (CSH 16, CSV 15, PSV 16 and S 35) compared to local cultivars. Sixty-nine sorghum growers participated in this study.

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AgroTags:

drought| proteins| genotypes| groundnuts| tolerance| irrigation| drought stress| mycotoxins| planting| diffusion of information
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