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Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh K.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Gupta S.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh S.P.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology
Plant Archives | Year: 2013

The main aim of the study was to increase the yield and return of brinjal among advisory villages farmers of in Ghazipur and Goda district of U.P., India in the randomly selected villages farmers like small, medium and lager size during 2009-10. It was formed that the yield was from smaller to larger ones, similarly the cost of cultivation and gross return increases from small to large size group at both places shows increasing trends. No specific trends has been visible in net return in Gonda and no specific trends has been shown in both places in benefit cost ratio. It mean there should be a chance of increasing the return with minimize the cost, if farmers of all size groups paid much attention to apply all the factors of production timely. It was also found that medium and large size groups of the farmer should have more causes about field preparation to harvesting because their results shown some more advancement. There should be a chance of to maintain fertilizer, weed, insect pest management along with form record and farming should be done in well planned way. Source


Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Gupta S.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh K.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh S.P.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology
Plant Archives | Year: 2013

The main purpose of the study was to find out the yield the and net return of potato among the randomly selected advisory villages of Ghazipur and Gonda district farmers (small to large size groups) of Uttar Pradesh, India, during 2008-09. There were formed that the increasing trends in all respects from yield to net returns. Gonda district farmers have gotten better responses due to use fix rate of FYM in each size groups. It has been found that difference of both districts in between yield and net return should be regularized and improved by the application of advance package of practices on regular and tharow basis at the time of the crop demands. Farmers of the district should have to maintain their farm records and cropping should be done in planned way, with certain precaution on weed, insect pest and fertilizer management for better yield and good return. Source


Verma A.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh K.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Gupta S.,Krishi Gyan Kendra | Singh S.P.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology
Plant Archives | Year: 2013

The main objective of the study was to find out the yield, net income and benefit cost ratio in chilli among the adopted farmers of different randomly selected villages of Ghazipur and Gonda district of Uttar Pradesh, India, of different randomly selected farmers from small, medium and large size groups during 2008-09. It was found that increasing trends has been visible in yield gross income. No specific trends has been seen in net income and decreasing trends was there from smaller to larger ones. It shows that there should have to take much attention about proper and timely use of package of practices between each size groups. The net income increases more and more if farmers goes their farming on in a planned way with proper record maintenance, emphasis has been proper management of weed, insect-pest and seed treatment. Source


Vishwakarma S.R.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology | Shukla A.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology | Bahadur R.,Deapartment of Crop Physiology | Singh N.,Deapartment of Crop Physiology
Plant Archives | Year: 2011

To judge better heterotic responses, a study was conducted for two winter season during rabi-2006-2007 and 2007-2008 at Genetics and Plant breeding research form ND, University of Agriculture and Technology, Kumarganj, Faizabad-224 229 (U.P.), India using 5×5 diallel involving five diverse improved barley lines namely NDB-1173, NDB-1245, Narendra Jau-3, K-792 and PL-762 making crosses in all possible combinations excluding reciprocals. In general considerable amount of heterosis over better parent was observed for almost all the characters. In respect of best crosses having highest heterobeltiosis (better parent heterosis) for particular traits were NDB-1173 x K-792, NDB-1173 x Narendra Jau-3 for days to heading as well as days to maturity, NDB, 1173 x NDB-1245 for number of grain/spike, NDB-1173 x NDB-1245 and NDB-1245 x PL-762 for chlorophyll content (a) NDB-1173x NDB-1245 for chlorophyll content (b) and total chlorophyll content and NDB-1245 x PL-762 and NDB-1173 x NDB-1245 for grain yield/plant. Likewise, highest heterosis over standard variety for grain yield were manifested by NDB-1245 x PL-762 and NDB1245 x K-792. Best cross combination for total chlorophyll content was exhibited by NDB-1173 x NDB-1245. Thus these better performing heterotic F1s may provide certain recombinants of economic worth in later generations to produce superior homozygous lines as varieties. Source


Yadav V.K.,A.P.S. University | Yadav A.K.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology | Viswakarma D.N.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology | Ram C.N.,Nd University Of Agri And Technology | And 2 more authors.
Plant Archives | Year: 2011

Genetic diversity among thirty six genotypes was carried out using Mahalanobis D2 statistics in oats. The genotypes were grouped in to eleven clusters showing depending upon the similarity in the expression of their genetic divergence. Cluster I had the largest number i.e., 9 genotypes followed by cluster II, III and IV which consisted 5 genotypes. Intra-cluster D 2 value ranged from 0.00 (cluster VIII, IX, X, XI) to 176.30 (cluster IV) followed by 136.0 (cluster VI) while inter-cluster value was highest between cluster VI and VII (775.03) followed by cluster VI and XI and VII (717.21) and lowest between cluster II and V (195.68). Cluster VII had highest mean values for green fodder yield/plant and plant height VI had highest mean values for days to 50% flowering and plant height, VII and highest mean values for days to 50% flowering and plant height (cm). Source

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