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Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh K.,Krishi Gyan Kendra
Plant Archives | Year: 2011

The present study was conducted in Ghazipur district of Uttar Pradesh during 2008-2009 in Gaurakhas village resulted higher productivity and higher income of wheat to those farmers who used high yielding variety along with the help improved technologies and improved practices. Same farmers has been received lower productivity and lower income by their own methods along with local variety. They must seen that there was much wider range of gap in productivity and in income from high yielding to local ones. Due to this there were a loss of more than 25%, which have to avoid in future by any means resulting a smart building in all sectors of agriculture. Source


Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh K.,Krishi Gyan Kendra
Plant Archives | Year: 2011

The main objective of the study was to find out the yield and benefit cost ratio in mustard among the randomly selected farmers of Manihari Village of Manihari block of Ghazipur district (Uttar Pradesh) during 2008-2009. It was found that yield and benefit cost ratio increased in high yielding mustard in comparison of Local checks. It will be more if farmers much paid proper attentions. Farmers has to more causes in future about crop budgeting, irrigation and insect pest managements. The yield of crop will be on higher side, it farmers provide much above cares in future. Source


Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh K.,Krishi Gyan Kendra
Plant Archives | Year: 2011

The main objective of this study was to analysis the yield and net return in pigeon pea among the randomly selected small, medium and large size of the farmers in selected village Sabua during 2008-2009 in Ghazipur district of Uttar Pradesh. It was found that average yield and net return was significantly inserted due to some proper attentions. It has also been formed that yield as net return varies from one size to another. Yield and net return will more increase in future if farmers of all size groups provide some proper attention about cultural operations, insect pest and weed management for the cultivation of pigeon pea, it creates in future to get maximum returns. Source


Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Gupta S.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh I.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh S.P.,Nd University Of Agril And Technology
Plant Archives | Year: 2014

The study was conducted during 2009-2010 in Ghazipur district of Uttar Pradesh, Crop was Paddy and Wheat has been taken at different levels of N.P.K. doses concludes that the yield of wheat from zero tillage significantly higher in comparison to conventional tillage practices. This also concludes that the zero tillage techniques are better and fruitful for wheat crop on that field where paddy harvesting was delayed. It was also found that by adopting zero tillage method cost of production was minimized and maximize the production. This techniques also ensure in future if farmers apply all the package of practices properly and timely they will get maximum yield and return. © 2014, Plant Archives. All rights reserved. Source


Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Gupta S.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh I.J.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh S.P.,Nd University Of Agril And Technology
Plant Archives | Year: 2014

The present study was conducted in Ghazipur district (U.P.), India; during 2009-2010 in Kharif maize. Small, medium and larger groups of the farmers has been taken an into account. Improved maize variety resulted higher yield from small to larger ones along with net returns also because all package of practices is being used properly and thoroughly, while from local cheeks the yield and net return was very much poor in all groups. It is therefore to say that avoid local variety. There will be a chance of increasing more and more yield along with net returns if farmers are aware about infestations of weeds and control them thoroughly by using herbicides properly and timely with all other operational actions in time. © 2014, Plant Archives. All rights reserved. Source

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