Lumle wheat research report 1991
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Published by Lumle Regional Agricultural Research Centre in Pokhara .
Written in English


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SeriesNepal, Lumle Regional Agricultural Research Centre Working Paper -- 92/23.
ContributionsLumle Regional Agricultural Research Centre.
The Physical Object
Paginationx,105p.p.
Number of Pages105
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Open LibraryOL17222680M

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  Boron (B) deficiency causes grain set in wheat to fail. A wide range of genotypic variation in the response to low B has been observed. Genotypes were screened in low B in soil and sand culture, and classified into five groups, namely, very sensitive, sensitive, moderately sensitive, moderately tolerant and tolerant. At very low levels of B, the very sensitive to sensitive genotypes were Cited by:   Wheat (Triticum aestivum L) is the most extensively grown cereal crop in the world, covering about million hectares annually, accounting .   Cold stresses during the reproductive development of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cause grain-set failure in the high altitudes (> m) of Nepal and other similar parts of the experiments were conducted during the winter seasons (October to April) of / and / at the Lumle Agricultural Research Center ( m) in Nepal to study the relations between Cited by: National Hill Crop Research Programme Travel Report 2/89 (cited by Riley, ). Wyatt-Smith, J. (). The agricultural system in the hills of Nepal: the ratio .

Publisher: New India Publishing Agency, , Vikas Surya Plaza, CU Block, Pitam Pura, New Delhi , India; ISBN: Sustaining soil fertility is essential to the prosperity of many households in the mid-hills of Nepal, but there are concerns that the breakdown of the traditional linkages between forest, livestock, and cropping systems is adversely affecting fertility. This study used triangulated data from surveys of households, discussion groups, and key informants in 16 wards in eastern and western Nepal. This study was conducted at Regional Agriculture Research Station (RARS), Lumle, Kaski during June Oct to determine the various parameters of genetic variability, broad sense. IAAS Research Reports (). Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science Rampur, Chitwan Nepal: – Google Scholar Ortoneda M, Guarro J, Madrid MP, Caracuel Z, Roncero MI, Mayayo E, Di Pietro A () Fusarium oxysporum as a multihost model for the genetic dissection of fungal virulence in plants and mammals.

contains articles publis hed in the journals, procee din gs, books and book chapters, newsletters, reports, booklets and leaflets, policy related publica tions, reference mat erials relat ed to. At this time, , research at Lumle was still carried out “on-station” and problems being investigated were those perceived by the researchers themselves. Therefore, Lumle Centre was obliged to alter its strategy in acknowledgement that its agricultural research procedures were not appropriate to the prevailing situation, and to adopt an.   Maximum and minimum crop duration from sowing to 50% flowering (f max and f min) in Ndiaye (–) and Lumle (April–August ), f max and f min in °C d is the thermal degree days using air temperature and critical temperature equals to .   The continuous loss of soil fertility has been a serious constraint to sustaining agricultural production in the hills of Nepal (CBS, , Schreier et al., ).This problem is likely to be aggravated further due to the excess removal of surface litter and crop residues, and continuous topsoil erosion (Jodha, ).Agroforestry has great potential for offsetting the fodder and soil nutrient.