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Chandraju S.,University of Mysore | Nagendraswamy R.,Government First Grade College | Chidankumar C.S.,Bharathi College | Nagendraswamy G.,Maharanis Science College
Asian Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2011

Cultivation of radish (Raphanus sativus), onion (Allium cepa) and garlic (Allium sativum) medicinal plants was made by irrigation with distillery spentwash of different dilutions. The spentwash i.e., primary treated spentwash and 33 % spentwash were analyzed for their plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and other physical and chemical parameters. Experimental soils i.e., normal soil (plot-1) and spentwash treated (plot-2) soils were tested for their chemical and physical parameters. The seeds (Namadhari and Mayhco) were sowed in the prepared land and irrigated with raw water and 33 % spentwash. Influence of spentwash in normal and spentwash treated soils on the yields were investigated at their respective maturity. It was found that the yields of all plants were high in 33 % than raw water irrigation. Further, the yields were very high in spentwash treated soil (plot-2) than normal soil (plot-1) and raw water irrigations all plants. Source


Nagappa,University of Mysore | Nagendra P.,Bharathi College
Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals | Year: 2014

We report the results of our studies on the optical and thermal properties of the mixture of 4-cyano-4′-octyloxybiphenyl (80CB) and N-Cetyl-N, N, N, trimethyl ammonium bromide (CTAB) + Glacial acetic acid (GAA), which exhibits a very interesting lower temperature reentrant nematic and smectic-A phases, sequentially when the specimen is cooled from its isotropic liquid phase. The different phases of these mixtures are identified using optical and microscopic techniques. The temperature variations of optical anisotropy, Ultrasonic velocity, molar compressibility, and adiabatic compressibility have been also discussed. © 2014 Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Source


Chandraju S.,University of Mysore | Nagendraswamy R.,Government First Grade College | Nagenrdaswamy G.,Maharanis Science College for Women | Chidankumar C.S.,Bharathi College
Medicinal Plants - International Journal of Phytomedicines and Related Industries | Year: 2010

Cultivation of some herbal medicinal plants was made by irrigation with distillery spentwash of different concentrations. The spentwash i.e., primary treated spentwash (PTSW), 50% and 33% spentwash were analyzed for their plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and other physical and chemical characteristics. Experimental soil was tested for its chemical and physical parameters. Seeds of herbal medicinal plants were sown in the prepared land and irrigated with raw water (RW) 50% and 33% spentwash. The influence of spentwash on the yields of herbal medicinal plants at their respective maturity was investigated. It was found that the yields of all herbal medicinal plants were more in 33% spentwash irrigation than raw water and 50% spentwash irrigations. Source


Chidankumar C.S.,Bharathi College | Chandraju S.,University of Mysore | Nagendraswamy G.,Maharanis Science College for Women | Nagendraswamy R.,Government First College
Sugar Tech | Year: 2010

Cultivation of leafy vegetables irrigated by distillery spentwash in normal and spentwash treated soil was studied. The primary treated distillery spentwash (PTSW) and 33% spentwash were analyzed for additive plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, sulphur and other physical and chemical parameters. Normal soil and spentwash treated soil were tested for chemical and physical parameters. The leafy vegetable seeds were sown in the prepared land blocks. Seeds were irrigated with water and 33% spentwash. The nature of growth and yields were studied and compared. Irrigation with 33% spentwash showed efficient growth and yield for all leafy vegetables compared to control. © 2010 Society for Sugar Research & Promotion. Source


Chidankumar C.S.,University of Mysore | Chandraju S.,Bharathi College | Girijanagendraswamy,Government First Grade College | Nagendraswamy R.,Maharanis Science College
Journal of Biopesticides | Year: 2010

Cultivation of some pulses by distillery spentwash irrigation in normal and spentwash treated soil was studied. The primary treated distillery spentwash (PTSW) and 33% spentwash were analyzed for their additive plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, sulphur and other physical and chemical parameters. Untreated soil (plot-1) and spentwash treated soil (plot-2) were tested for chemical and physical parameters. The seeds of pulses (Namadhari and Mahyco) were sown in the prepared land dimension of 4' x 6' blocks in both plot-1 and plot-2. Seeds were irrigated with raw water and 33% spentwash. The nature of yields were studied and compared. Irrigation with 33% spentwash more yield for all pulses in plot-2 than compare to plot- 1 concludes that spentwash treated soil is enriched with plant nutrients. © JBiopest. Source

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