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Agricultural Markets in the Semi-Arid Tropics

First Author
First Name: 
M o h a n
Last Name: 
R a j
Co-Authors: 
V r i n d a K u m b l e
P . S u d h i r
Publication Year: 
24-28 October 1983
Publisher: 
ICRISAT
Series: 
ICR 85-0026
ISBN: 
92-9066-104-6
Agro Tags: 
Tropical zones | Crops | groups | Advisory services | markets | Retail marketing | Grain | Market regulations | Millets

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Groundnut Variety ICGV 87187 (ICGS 37)

Publication Year: 
1990
Publisher: 
ICRISAT
Series: 
27
ISBN: 
92-9066-196-8
Book Number: 
ICR 90-0078
Agro Tags: 
Groundnuts | Summer | Necrosis | segregation | Photoperiodicity | Unsaturated fatty acids | Tolerance | Research methods | Oilseeds | Hybrids

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Pigeonpea Male-sterile Line ICPM 1

Publication Year: 
1987
Publisher: 
ICRISAT
Series: 
10
ISBN: 
92-9066-127-5
Book Number: 
ICR 87-0025
Agro Tags: 
genes | Hybrids | Self pollination | pigeonpeas | Backcrossing | Disease resistance | Seed production | Tropical zones | Research methods | Yields

Origin

ICPM 1 (originally designated MS 4A) came from a single male-sterile plant identified at ICRISAT Center from the line ICP 1596-2 (Reddy, B.V.S., Green, J.M., and Bisen, S.S. 1978. Crop Science 18:362-364). ICP 1596 (P 5036) is a line from the Agricultural Research Station at Mohol in Maharashtra. From the time it was first identified, I C PM 1 has been maintained by sibbing or by open pollination in isolation plots.
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Sorghum Variety ICSV 1

Publication Year: 
1985
Publisher: 
ICRISAT
Series: 
8
ISBN: 
92-9066-102-X
Book Number: 
ICR 86-0015
Agro Tags: 
Sorghum | Grain | Hybrids | Intercropping | performance | Yields | Legumes | Wet season | Tillage equipment | Research methods

 

Purpose of Description

ICSV 1 was released (as CSV 11) in 1984 by the Central Subcommittee on Crop Standards, Notification and Release of Varieties for cultivation in all areas in India where rainy-season (kharif) sorghum is grown. It can be cultivated as a rainfed crop in the rainy season and as an irrigated crop in the postrainy and dry (summer) seasons.

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International Chickpea and Pigeonpea Newsletter

First Author
First Name: 
Jagdish
Last Name: 
Kumar
Co-Authors: 
P. M. Gaur
K. B. Saxena
Publication Year: 
2002
Series: 
145ñ
ISBN: 
1023-4861
Book Number: 
9
Agro Tags: 
Chickpeas | pigeonpeas | Enzymes | genotypes | Integrated pest management | Grafting | Biochemical compounds | Grain legumes | Sowing date | Abiotic injuries

 

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Grey to Green Revolution

First Author
First Name: 
ICRISAT
Agro Tags: 
Biotechnology | Plant extracts | Arid zones | soil fertility | Tropical zones | marketing margins | diseases | Land resources | Crops | biological phenomena

 

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Silk Screen Printing – A Tool for Development Communication

First Author
First Name: 
D.K.
Last Name: 
SUJAN
Conference Name: 
National Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services.
Conference Location: 
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
Conference Date: 
17-18 February 2004
Agro Tags: 
Silk | Organic acid salts | solvents | Hydrocarbons | Liming | Colourants | Taxes | environmental factors | Paper | design

 

References: 
National Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services. 17-18 February 2004 Eds. Dipak De, Basavaprabhu Jirli and K. Ghadei., Department of Extension Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
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Reliability of Communication

First Author
First Name: 
G. C.
Last Name: 
Mishra
Conference Location: 
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
Conference Date: 
17-18 February 2004
Agro Tags: 
statistics | Sampling | Animal population | Packaging | Fitness (physical) | technology | Products | Marketing | stages | Persons

 

Whenever we think about communication, our major concern is to communicate in an effective way as well as with high reliability. The problems in communication are somewhat different from the problems that we face in other fields. The main problem lies in its behavior. Communication is a process wherein the act of communication is constantly changing as the communication proceeds.
Why?

References: 
National Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services. 17-18 February 2004 Eds. Dipak De, Basavaprabhu Jirli and K. Ghadei., Department of Extension Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
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Message Development – A Process

First Author
First Name: 
D.K.
Last Name: 
SUJAN
Conference Name: 
National Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services.
Conference Location: 
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
Conference Date: 
17-18 February 2004
Agro Tags: 
communication technology | mass communication | Newspapers | audiovisual aids | technology | pesticides | participation | Policies | groups | Land resources

One cannot imagine that any developmental process can be made significant without providing any communication facilities and extension activities. The manufacturers of tractors, trucks, railway wagons will not teach the farmers how to grow more food. The road engineers are not going to tell them how, and when to irrigate. Even the factories of chemical fertilizers are not responsible to tell the farmers about the composition of their products. But incidentally and effortfully all of them are working for the single target of growing more food.

References: 
National Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services. 17-18 February 2004 Eds. Dipak De, Basavaprabhu Jirli and K. Ghadei., Department of Extension Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
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Extension Approach for Agriculture Needs Re-orientation

First Author
First Name: 
Baldeo
Last Name: 
Singh
Co-Authors: 
Poonam Sharma
Conference Name: 
Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services.
Conference Location: 
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
Conference Date: 
17-18 February 2004
Agro Tags: 
extension approaches | production factors | participation | extension programmes | Watersheds | Rural development | communication technology | Agricultural development | systems | technology

 

Indian agriculture is passing through an era of transition. The agricultural globalization and revolution in information and communication technology have brought tremendous changes in world economic scenario. The agriculture, which is the engine of growth and development and a significant contributor to national economy, has been influenced greatly by the process of globalization. The agricultural situation has become more volatile, competitive, knowledge-led and market-oriented.

References: 
Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services. 17-18 February 2004 Eds. Dipak De, Basavaprabhu Jirli and K. Ghadei., Department of Extension Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
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