Cropping Systems: Principles and Practices

authored by: B.S. Lalitha,M.A Shankar & G.K. Prajwal, Kumar
ISBN: 9789389130294 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 104 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2020
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 11 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 325 GMS
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cropping systems, principles, practices, textbook, undergraduate students, postgraduate students, agronomy, competitive exams, management of resources, sustainability, production potential, inter-cropping systems, yield stability, crop diversification, research trends

Cropping Systems: Principles and Practices is a comprehensive textbook that delves into the intricacies of cropping systems. The book is organized in a manner that facilitates a thorough understanding of the subject matter, making it an ideal resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The concepts are presented in a concise format, which allows students to quickly grasp the material and retain it for future reference. The use of simple English and examples to illustrate concepts is another key feature of the book. Additionally, the book provides clear and step-by-step guidance on agronomical calculations, which further enhances the reader's understanding of the subject. Given its importance in the field of Agronomy, Cropping Systems plays a critical role in many competitive exams. As such, this textbook is an indispensable tool for students looking to excel in their studies and beyond.

1.Cropping Systems: At a Glance, 2. Difference Cropping Systems and Definitions, 3. Management of Resources in Cropping Systems, 4.Important Indices to Evaluate the Cropping Systems, 5.Concept of Sustainability in Cropping Systems, 6. Production Potential Under  Different Cropping Systems,7. Mechanism of Yield Advantages in Inter-cropping Systems,8. Plant Interactions in Cropping Systems  9. Yield Stability in Cropping Systems, 10.Crop Diversification for Sustainable Production Under Cropping Systems, 11.Concept of Plant Ideotypes and New Plant Types in Cropping Systems,12.Latest Research Trends in Cropping Systems for Sustainability, 13.Sustainable Cropping Systems of Agro Ecological Zones of India

 
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