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Modification and evaluation of three row manual...
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Rice is a unique creation of crop plant domestication, it is unique in having cultivars of maturity duration varying from less than 80 days to more than 180 days and showing adaptability to a wide range of land situation and water regimes including conditions of water stagnation where no other crop could possibly be grown. Domestication of rice might have started earlier to 3000 B.C. and possibly at a number of centres in South and South-East Asia. Rice is known as the grain of life, and is synonymous with food for Asians. It is the staple food of more than 60 percent of the world population. Rice is mainly produced and consumed in the Asian region. India has the largest area under paddy in the world and ranks second in the production after China. The rice plant belongs to the genus Oryza of Gramineae family. Sativa rice varieties of the world are commonly grouped into three sub-species -viz. indica, japonica and javanica. Rice grown in India belongs to the indica. Rice occupies 23.3 per cent of gross cropped area of the country. Rice contributes 43 per cent of total food grain production and 46 per cent of total cereal production.

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Effect of Phosphorus, Sulphur and PSB on Yield,...
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Mustard is the third important oilseed crop in the world after soybean (Glycine max) and palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) oil. Among the seven edible oilseed cultivated in India, mustard (Brassica spp.) contributes 28.6% in the total oilseeds production. In India, it is the second most important edible oilseed after groundnut sharing 27.8% in the India's oilseed economy. The share of oilseeds is 14.1 % out of the total cropped area in India, mustard accounts for 3% of it. The global production of mustard and its oil is around 38-42 % and 12-14 mt, respectively. India contributes 28.3% and 19.8% in world acreage and production. India produces around 6.7 mt of mustard next to China (11-12 mt) and EU (10-13 mt) with significant contribution in world mustard industry. The mustard group broadly includes Indian mustard, yellow sarson, brown sarson, raya, and toria crops. Indian mustard [Brassica juncea (L.)] is predominantly cultivated in Rajasthan, UP, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat. It has good yield potential, wide adaptability and possesses high oil content of good quality.

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Response of Mustard Variety to spacing and Nitr...
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India is the third largest edible oil economy in the world after USA and China. It occupies a distinct position not only in terms of area under oilseeds but also in terms of diversity in cultivated oilseeds. It is blessed with agroecological condition favourable for growing nine major oilseeds including seven edible 'oilseeds groundnut, rapeseed-mustard, soybean, sunflower, safflower, sesame, niger and two non-edible sources namely castor and linseed apart from a wide range of other minor oilseeds and oil bearing tree species. Indian agrarian economy sharing 14% of the gross cropped area accounting for nearly 5% and 10% of the value of all agricultural products (Mandal et al., 2002). In India the oilseed production increased from a mere 10.83 million tonnes in 1985-1986 to 20.5 million tonnes in 2001-02 (Anon., 2003). Credit goes to the Technological Mission on Oilseed (TMO) set up by Government of India in 1986 for bringing out the so called 'yellow revolution' in oilseed production in India. The productivity of oilseeds in India is still low 935 kg/ha as compared to 1,632 kg/ha (Damodaran and Hegde, 1999).

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Character Association of Yield and Quality Trai...
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Rice occupies a pivotal role in Indian agriculture as rice is the staple food for nearly 70 per cent of the population and a source of livelihood for about 120 to 150 million rural households. Globally, India stands first in rice cultivation area and second in rice production, after China. It contributes 26.9 per cent of worldwide rice production. Within the nation, rice occupies one-quarter of the total cropped area, contributes around 40 to 43 per cent of total food grain production. To increase yield in tropical rice, it was important to improve biomass production and Harvest Index by increasing their nitrogen responsiveness and lodging resistance and better partitioning of photosynthates. To increase the yield potential of semi-dwarf rice, IRRI scientists proposed a new plant type (NPT, IRRI 1989) with the characteristics of reduced tillering (9-10 for transplanted conditions), no unproductive tillers, 200-250 grains per panicle, dark green and erect leaves, vigorous and deep root system, growth duration of 110-130 days, multiple disease and insect resistance and higher harvest index.

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Response of Mustard Variety to spacing and Nitr...
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India is the third largest edible oil economy in the world after USA and China. It occupies a distinct position not only in terms of area under oilseeds but also in terms of diversity in cultivated oilseeds. It is blessed with agroecological condition favourable for growing nine major oilseeds including seven edible 'oilseeds groundnut, rapeseed-mustard, soybean, sunflower, safflower, sesame, niger and two non-edible sources namely castor and linseed apart from a wide range of other minor oilseeds and oil bearing tree species. Indian agrarian economy sharing 14% of the gross cropped area accounting for nearly 5% and 10% of the value of all agricultural products (Mandal et al., 2002). In India the oilseed production increased from a mere 10.83 million tonnes in 1985-1986 to 20.5 million tonnes in 2001-02 (Anon., 2003). Credit goes to the Technological Mission on Oilseed (TMO) set up by Government of India in 1986 for bringing out the so called 'yellow revolution' in oilseed production in India. The productivity of oilseeds in India is still low 935 kg/ha as compared to 1,632 kg/ha (Damodaran and Hegde, 1999).

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Gout
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A small book stressing the importance of the part Diet does play in causing most arthritic pains. It also deals with certain points gained from experience which ought to be useful both to doctors and patients, for example, how to treat Shingles, early, and have no pain. Though many of the recommendations are perhaps old-fashioned, they are still in use because they have been found to be useful. That after all is the benefit of experience. 'What the ignorant and most doctors and nurses do not know is that there is an optimum position for burping. Babies should always be burped on the right shoulder which allows the gas to escape. On the left shoulder the infant will vomit.' 'Beaver Fever' is well known in the Canadian Rockies. And, again in the Himalayas. Those clear mountain streams are not, as supposed, filled with pure water but are Nature's lavatory. Brittle, Dry Nails: These are always improved by painting them daily or, when possible, with Almond Oil. Stones in the Kidney may be removed usually by eating that White Radish (Saphanus Rativus L.) called Moolie, or DAIKON in Japan. Taken three times a day as a soup, steamed or raw in a salad the stones will come out within a few days. (Depending of course on how big and how long they have been there!) For this purpose it is mentioned also in Nicholas Culpeper's Herbal of 1653. Prevention of Thrombosis: Onions and garlic both contain the volatile oil 'Allium'. This is fibrinolytic, i.e. keeps the blood thinner and reduces its ability to clot. Hence the recommended Mediterranean Diet with its olive oil and 'allium' for vulnerable people with high blood pressure and diabetes and for elderly long-distance travellers. About the Author (note picture cropped to how it is below) Dr. Igor Mortis was dragged to a well-known North of England Medical School and entered for the course in 1941. Escaping in 1943 he served in the Royal Navy for three years and then returned reluctantly to his medical studies and qualified eventually M.B., B.S in 1951. After the first few years learning to be a doctor, in hospitals and then in a good rural practice in East Yorkshire, he returned to the sea as Ship's Surgeon on a voyage to China. There have been further travels to Russia and Nepal, Burma, Thailand and Cambodia, the Americas, North and South and Mexico. To East Africa and Madagascar and the islands in between. To India and Ceylon, Hong Kong and Japan and some of the Pacific Islands. Most experience of medicine was gained in a very busy practice in South-east Asia. Dr. Mortis is now retired, more or less. Cover by 18th Century cartoonist James Gillray.

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Gout
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A small book stressing the importance of the part Diet does play in causing most arthritic pains. It also deals with certain points gained from experience which ought to be useful both to doctors and patients, for example, how to treat Shingles, early, and have no pain. Though many of the recommendations are perhaps old-fashioned, they are still in use because they have been found to be useful. That after all is the benefit of experience. 'What the ignorant and most doctors and nurses do not know is that there is an optimum position for burping. Babies should always be burped on the right shoulder which allows the gas to escape. On the left shoulder the infant will vomit.' 'Beaver Fever' is well known in the Canadian Rockies. And, again in the Himalayas. Those clear mountain streams are not, as supposed, filled with pure water but are Nature's lavatory. Brittle, Dry Nails: These are always improved by painting them daily or, when possible, with Almond Oil. Stones in the Kidney may be removed usually by eating that White Radish (Saphanus Rativus L.) called Moolie, or DAIKON in Japan. Taken three times a day as a soup, steamed or raw in a salad the stones will come out within a few days. (Depending of course on how big and how long they have been there!) For this purpose it is mentioned also in Nicholas Culpeper's Herbal of 1653. Prevention of Thrombosis: Onions and garlic both contain the volatile oil 'Allium'. This is fibrinolytic, i.e. keeps the blood thinner and reduces its ability to clot. Hence the recommended Mediterranean Diet with its olive oil and 'allium' for vulnerable people with high blood pressure and diabetes and for elderly long-distance travellers. About the Author (note picture cropped to how it is below) Dr. Igor Mortis was dragged to a well-known North of England Medical School and entered for the course in 1941. Escaping in 1943 he served in the Royal Navy for three years and then returned reluctantly to his medical studies and qualified eventually M.B., B.S in 1951. After the first few years learning to be a doctor, in hospitals and then in a good rural practice in East Yorkshire, he returned to the sea as Ship's Surgeon on a voyage to China. There have been further travels to Russia and Nepal, Burma, Thailand and Cambodia, the Americas, North and South and Mexico. To East Africa and Madagascar and the islands in between. To India and Ceylon, Hong Kong and Japan and some of the Pacific Islands. Most experience of medicine was gained in a very busy practice in South-east Asia. Dr. Mortis is now retired, more or less. Cover by 18th Century cartoonist James Gillray.

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Response of Mustard Variety to spacing and Nitr...
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India is the third largest edible oil economy in the world after USA and China. It occupies a distinct position not only in terms of area under oilseeds but also in terms of diversity in cultivated oilseeds. It is blessed with agroecological condition favourable for growing nine major oilseeds including seven edible 'oilseeds groundnut, rapeseed-mustard, soybean, sunflower, safflower, sesame, niger and two non-edible sources namely castor and linseed apart from a wide range of other minor oilseeds and oil bearing tree species. Indian agrarian economy sharing 14% of the gross cropped area accounting for nearly 5% and 10% of the value of all agricultural products (Mandal et al., 2002). In India the oilseed production increased from a mere 10.83 million tonnes in 1985-1986 to 20.5 million tonnes in 2001-02 (Anon., 2003). Credit goes to the Technological Mission on Oilseed (TMO) set up by Government of India in 1986 for bringing out the so called 'yellow revolution' in oilseed production in India. The productivity of oilseeds in India is still low 935 kg/ha as compared to 1,632 kg/ha (Damodaran and Hegde, 1999).

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Gout
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A small book stressing the importance of the part Diet does play in causing most arthritic pains. It also deals with certain points gained from experience which ought to be useful both to doctors and patients, for example, how to treat Shingles, early, and have no pain. Though many of the recommendations are perhaps old-fashioned, they are still in use because they have been found to be useful. That after all is the benefit of experience. 'What the ignorant and most doctors and nurses do not know is that there is an optimum position for burping. Babies should always be burped on the right shoulder which allows the gas to escape. On the left shoulder the infant will vomit.' 'Beaver Fever' is well known in the Canadian Rockies. And, again in the Himalayas. Those clear mountain streams are not, as supposed, filled with pure water but are Nature's lavatory. Brittle, Dry Nails: These are always improved by painting them daily or, when possible, with Almond Oil. Stones in the Kidney may be removed usually by eating that White Radish (Saphanus Rativus L.) called Moolie, or DAIKON in Japan. Taken three times a day as a soup, steamed or raw in a salad the stones will come out within a few days. (Depending of course on how big and how long they have been there!) For this purpose it is mentioned also in Nicholas Culpeper's Herbal of 1653. Prevention of Thrombosis: Onions and garlic both contain the volatile oil 'Allium'. This is fibrinolytic, i.e. keeps the blood thinner and reduces its ability to clot. Hence the recommended Mediterranean Diet with its olive oil and 'allium' for vulnerable people with high blood pressure and diabetes and for elderly long-distance travellers. About the Author (note picture cropped to how it is below) Dr. Igor Mortis was dragged to a well-known North of England Medical School and entered for the course in 1941. Escaping in 1943 he served in the Royal Navy for three years and then returned reluctantly to his medical studies and qualified eventually M.B., B.S in 1951. After the first few years learning to be a doctor, in hospitals and then in a good rural practice in East Yorkshire, he returned to the sea as Ship's Surgeon on a voyage to China. There have been further travels to Russia and Nepal, Burma, Thailand and Cambodia, the Americas, North and South and Mexico. To East Africa and Madagascar and the islands in between. To India and Ceylon, Hong Kong and Japan and some of the Pacific Islands. Most experience of medicine was gained in a very busy practice in South-east Asia. Dr. Mortis is now retired, more or less. Cover by 18th Century cartoonist James Gillray.

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