Agronomy of the Pigeon Pea (Review series - Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops ; 1975, no. 1) download epub
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Considering the biomass of pigeon pea from pruning, pigeon pea seed yield and maize grain yield after the pigeon pea, pruning . Akinola JO, Whiteman PC and Walis ES (1975) The Agronomy of Pigeon Pea (Cajanus Cajan). CAB, UK, p 57Google Scholar.
Considering the biomass of pigeon pea from pruning, pigeon pea seed yield and maize grain yield after the pigeon pea, pruning pigeon pea at 60 cm is the most promising regime for crop-livestock production systems. Cajanus cajan fallow fodder litter production maize pruning. This revised version was published online in June 2006 with corrections to the Cover Date. Accra, GhanaGoogle Scholar.
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Pigeon pea is a grain legume crop in the family Fabaceae. It is cultivated in the semi-arid tropics. Planting should be done at the onset of the rains if production is rain fed. Delayed sowing may cause crop failure or reduced yield. In Kenya, it is the third widely grown pulse crop. Germination takes place within 5-7 days and this depends on the variety and environmental factors. Pigeon peas can be grown as a pure stand or intercropped. When intercropped, spacing is more than when monocropped. Disease& pest management.
Principles of agronomy and scope of Agronomy Agronomy has also been instrumental in fruit and vegetable production .
Principles of agronomy and scope of Agronomy. A Day in the Life of an Agronomy Student. AMP Agronomy - Science Behind Our Products. Biotechnology is often a lab activity requiring field testing of the new crop varieties that are developed. In addition to increasing crop yields agronomic biotechnology is increasingly being applied for novel uses other than food.
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Agronomy of field crops - importance - origin - soil and climatic .
Agronomy of field crops - importance - origin - soil and climatic requirement - area, production and productivity in World, India and Tamil Nadu. Systems of cultivation. Crop management - season, varieties, seed rate, seed treatment, sowing, density and geometry, growth stages, critical stages for input requirement - nutrient, irrigation and weed management - after cultivation - harvest and processing- storage - byproducts - cropping systems. Preservation of fodder – hay and silage - Seasonal pastures Byproduct of crops studied above.
The pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) is a perennial legume from the family Fabaceae. Since its domestication in the Indian subcontinent at least 3,500 years ago, its seeds have become a common food in Asia, Africa, and Latin America
The pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) is a perennial legume from the family Fabaceae. Since its domestication in the Indian subcontinent at least 3,500 years ago, its seeds have become a common food in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It is consumed on a very large scale in South Asia and is a major source of protein for the population of the Indian subcontinent. It is the primary accompaniment to rice or roti (flat bread) and has the status of staple diet throughout the length and breadth of India.