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 Volume:2, Issue:1

Agroecosystems
AUGUST 2006

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Hydrological Characterization of Benchmark Agricultural Watersheds in India, Thailand, and Vietnam

 

 

P Pathak, SP Wani, Piara Singh, R Sudi and Ch Srinivasa Rao

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 Pages : 47

 

 Size :1704KB

 
 

An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship between Land Size, Ownership, and Soybean Productivity-New Evidence from the Semi-Arid Tropical Region in Madhya Pradesh, India

G. Ananda Vadivelu, SP Wani, L M Bhole, P Pathak, and AB Pande

 

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 Pages : 44

 

 Size :352 KB

 
  

Potential Productivity and Yield Gap of Selected Crops in the Rainfed Regions of India, Thailand, and Vietnam

 

 

Piara Singh, D Vijaya, NT Chinh, Aroon Pongkanjana, KS Prasad, K Srinivas, and SP Wani

 

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 Pages : 34

 

 Size :355 KB

 

Gully Control in SAT Watersheds

 

 

P Pathak, SP Wani and R Sudi

 

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 Pages : 23

 

 Size :692 KB

 
 
 

Macro-benefits from Boron, Zinc and Sulfur Application in Indian SAT :  A Step for Grey to Green Revolution in Agriculture

 

 

TJ Rego, SP Wani, KL Sahrawat and G Pardhasaradhi

 

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 Pages : 21

 

 Size :443 KB

 
 
 

Participatory Varietal Selection and Village Seed Banks for Self-Reliance : Lessons Learnt

 

 

Sreenath Dixit, SP Wani, Ch Ravinder Reddy, Somnath Roy, BVS Reddy, TK Sreedevi,        AK Chourasia, P Pathak, M Rama Rao and A Ramakrishna

 

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 Pages : 15

 

 Size :446 KB

 

Participatory Biodiversity Assessment : Enabling Rural Poor for Better Natural Resource Management

 

 

S reenath Dixit, JC Tewari, SP Wani, C Vineela, AK Chourasia and HB Panchal

 

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 Pages : 17

 

 Size :389 KB

 
 

Irrigation Investments and Groundwater Depletion in Indian Semi-Arid Villages: The Effect of Alternative Water Pricing Regimes

 

 

BA Shiferaw, SP Wani and GD Nageswara Rao

 

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 Pages : 20

 

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Economic assessment of desilted sediment in terms of plant nutrients equivalent: A case study in the Medak district of Andhra Pradesh

 

 

KV Padmaja, SP Wani, Lav Agarwal and KL Sahrawat

 

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 Pages : 21

 

 Size :1009 KB

 
 

Spatial Distribution of Rainy Season Fallows in Madhya Pradesh: Potential for Increasing Productivity and Minimizing Land Degradation

 

 

SP Wani, RS Dwivedi, KV Ramana, A Vadivelu, RR Navalgund, and AB Pande

 

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 Pages : 36

 

 Size :999 KB

 

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