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Evaluation of indigenous basic slag for crop production in India

Narayan Pada Datta

Evaluation of indigenous basic slag for crop production in India

by Narayan Pada Datta

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Published by Indian Council of Agricultural Research in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Slag as fertilizer.,
    • Fertilizers -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [57]-58.

      Statementby N. P. Datta and M. R. Motsara.
      SeriesI.C.A.R. technical bulletin (agric.) no. 26
      ContributionsMotsara, M. R., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS279 .B245 no. 26, S647 .B245 no. 26
      The Physical Object
      Pagination56, [2] p.
      Number of Pages56
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5404874M
      LC Control Number72929517

      Text Book on Field Crop Production, Indian Council of Agrl. Research, New Delhi. Ahlawat,I.P.S., Om Prakash and G.S. Saini. Scientific Crop Production in India. Rama publishing House, Meerut. Chidda Singh, Prem Singh and Rajbir Singh. Modern Techniques of Raising Field Crops. P fertilizers- Rock phosphate, bone meal, basic slag. For centuries, farmers have planned agricultural production and conserved natural resources by adopting indigenous knowledge. The development of indigenous knowledge systems, including management of natural environment, has been a matter of survival to the people who generated these systems. A study was conducted in western Uganda to.

      The enthusiasm for indigenous food crops is not limited to the farming community – Dr Beth Gott, an ethnobotanist for Monash University, has established a garden at the university with examples of plants eaten and used by Aboriginals before colonisation, showcasing some of the estimated 6, edible plants of Australia. A large number of blended fertilizers are produced from basic primary fertilizer products (e.g. ammonium nitrate, urea, and mono-ammonium phosphate) and natural materials (e.g. rock phosphate, potassium chloride). All such materials are not necessarily compatible with each other and some may produce undesirable effects when mixed with others.

        Major crops of india powerpoint presentation 1. Major crops of India Class VIII By- ajay kumar Hajare [T.G.T.] Central School for Tibetan, Ravangla South Sikkim. [email protected] 2. A map of India full of Crops 3. These crops are known as commercial crops also 4.   Rice production comprises 42% of the overall food crop production in the country. For rice production, it is essential that the production fields receive a mean precipitation of cm every year.


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