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The Agronomy teaching was introduced during 1930 in the then Cawnpore Agriculture College when Agra University recognized the “Licenciate in Agriculture” equivalent to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. The status of Agronomy section  was elevated to Department of Agronomy with the start of Post Graduate classes in 1951-52 under the then Agriculture College. Ten full-fledged divisions including Agronomy comprising of Agronomy and Agricultural Engineering was created when the status of Agriculture College was raised to UP Institute of Agricultural Sciences during January 1969. The staff of Agronomy division was engaged in teaching, research and extension activities in integrated manner under the aegis of UP Institute of Agricultural Sciences. The Institute was upgraded and rechristened as Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur on 01 July, 1975 and the Division of Agronomy was again renamed as Department of Agronomy having teaching to under graduate and post graduate students coupled with research besides extension of agronomic findings of the university.

Name
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Dr/Prof KARAM HUSAIN
Date of Birth
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03-12-1962
Designation
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Professor & Head and Chief Agronomist AICRP – IFS
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Name
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Dr. Din Dayal Yadav
Date of Birth
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08 – 05- 1963
Designation
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Professor Agronomy
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Prof. (Dr.) Ram Pyare
Date of Birth
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09 – 11- 1969
Designation
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Professor Agronomy
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Mr. Naushad Khan
Date of Birth
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03 –08- 1967
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Associate Professor
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Agronomy
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Dr. Dhananjai Singh
Date of Birth
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15/06/1960
Designation
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Associate Professor
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College of Agriculture
Project Coordinating Unit (Linseed)
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Dr Mohammad Zafar Siddiqui
Date of Birth
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17/12/1968
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Associate Professor
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Dr. Videsh Kumar Verma
Date of Birth
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05 – 01- 1964
Designation
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Associate Professor
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Dr. Uma Shankar Tiwari
Date of Birth
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21 – 06- 1961
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Jr. Soil Chemist/Assistant Professor
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Dr. Mohd. Aslam
Date of Birth
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01 – 01- 1956
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Assistant Professor
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Dr. Sanjai Chaudhry
Date of Birth
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07 – 03- 1965
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Assistant Professor
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College of Agriculture
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Mr. Vishram Singh
Date of Birth
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31 – 12- 1961
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Assistant Professor
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Dr. Yogendra Kumar Singh
Date of Birth
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12 – 09 – 1966
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Assistant Professor
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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DR. AWADHESH KUMAR TRIPATHI
Date of Birth
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10 –07- 1964
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Assistant Professor (Selection Grade)
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Agriculture
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Name
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Dr. Uma Shankar Tiwari
Date of Birth
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21 – 06- 1961
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Jr. Soil Chemist/Assistant Professor
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Dr. Anuruddh Prasad Dubey
Date of Birth
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15 – 02- 1956
Designation
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Agrometeorologist
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College of Agriculture
Agronomy
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Mandate

  • Imparting teaching to graduate and post graduate students in Agronomy.
  • Providing practical training to graduate students under practical crop production programme on the principle of earn while learn.
  • To prepare the under graduate students for self employment through experiential learning programme.
  • To provide experience to under graduate students pertaining to crop production technologies through RAWE at farmers’ fields.
  • Guiding to M.Sc. (Ag.) students and Ph.D. scholars for their research work.
  • Planning and execution of research on profitability and sustainability of cropping and farming system, organic farming and irrigation scheduling in field crops and developing weed control practices in crops and cropping systems besides other relevant aspects of Agronomy through plan, non-plan and ad-hoc projects.
  • Development of low cost and improved Agro-techniques for increasing input use efficiency and income especially for small and marginal farmers.
  • Development of integrated farming system modules, climate smart cropping systems, Agro-techniques under organic farming, resources conservation technologies and weather based crops/cropping systems for the region.
  • To study the effect of changing climate on crop and solutions for obtaining higher production.
  • Agro-advisory services based on medium range weather forecast.
  • To developed, validate and issue multiple crop yield forecast for transplanted rice and wheat in central plain and southern south-west semi arid zone of Uttar Pradesh at mid season (F2) and pre-harvest (F3) stages.
  • To find out improve production and risk management technologies to mitigate resilience of the climate.

Head of the Department/In-charges since inception

 S. No. Professor & Head Tenure
1. Dr. K.S. Rathi 01.07.1975    to    09.02.1987
2. Dr. V. Singh 10.02.1987    to    31.03.1994
3. Dr. K.S. Rathi 01.04.1994    to    04.01.1999
4. Dr. V.S. Verma 05.01.1999    to    05.01.2001
5. Dr. A.N. Tewari 06.01.2001    to    05.01.2004
6. Dr. B.Rai 06.01.2004    to    05.01.2007
7. Dr. H.N. Tripathi 06.01.2007    to    14.06.2007
8. Dr. A.N. Tewari 15.06.2007    to    02.11.2007
9. Dr. V.P.N. Singh 03.11.2007    to    11.11.2010
10. Dr. Kedar Prasad 11..11.2010   to    20.05.2011
11. Dr. M.P.Yadav 21.05.2011    to    10.10.2014
12. Dr. D.D.Yadav (Incharge) 10.10.2014     to    01.05.2016
13. Dr. Karam Husain 02.05.2016     to     Continue

Information about HOD

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Dr. Karam Husain Head 08004839935

09795138237

headagronknp@gmail.com

husainkaram@rediffmail.com

Organogram of Department (Officers and Employee)

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1. Dr. Karam Husain Professor HOD & Chief Agronomist Agronomy 08004839935

09795138237

headagronknp@gmail.com

husainkaram@rediffmail.com

2. Dr. D.D. Yadav Professor Teaching Agronomy 09919747347 ddyagronomy@gmail.com
3. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Professor Research Agronomy 09450154710 sanjeevkumar234567@gmail.com
4. Dr. Ram Pyare Professor Teaching Agronomy 09415161270 rampyare2012@rediffmail.com
5. Er. S.K. Sachan Asso. Prof. Teaching Agronomy 09454345521 sachansk63@gmail.com
6. Dr. A. K.  Srivastava Asso. Prof. Teaching Agronomy 09452963913 ashishcsau1966@gmail.com
7. Dr. V.K. Verma Asso. Prof. Teaching Agronomy 09415559896 videshkumarverma@gmail.com
8. Dr. M.Z. Siddiqui Asso. Prof. Research Agronomy 09415481158 mzs_csau@gmail.com
9. Dr. N. Khan Asso. Prof. Research Agronomy 09415476703 naushadkhan.000@gmail.com
10. Dr. Y.K. Singh Asstt. Prof. Research Agronomy 09451169013 dryksingh1209@gmail.com
11. Er. Lalmani Asstt. Prof. Teaching Agronomy 09450134122 lalmanil1859@gmail.com
12. Shri Rajveer Singh Asstt. Prof. Research Agronomy 09935543082 knp_rveer@yahoo.in
13. Dr. A.P. Dubey Asstt. Prof. Research Agronomy 09336135021 apd_met@gmail.com
14. Dr. Sanjai Chaudhary Asstt. Prof. Teaching Agronomy 09450121750 drsanjaichaudhry@hotmail.com
15. Dr. U.S. Tewari Asstt. Prof. Research Agronomy 9450162802 tiwari_us2009@yahoo.co.in
16. Dr. A.K. Tripathi Asstt. Prof. Teaching Agronomy 09450937647 aktripathiak@gmail.com
17. Shri Vishram Singh Asstt. Prof. Teaching Agronomy 09450314485 vsingh.csa@gmail.com
18. Dr. Jitendra Singh Asstt. Prof. Research Agronomy 07839921977 drjitendrasinghkvk@gmail.com
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The output of projects/schemes /programs can be accessed by Dean/Director Research and Extension, C.S. Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur-2.

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Sl. No. Scientist Name Designation Nature of Works/  Post Hold Working in the Deptt. since
1. Dr. Karam Husain Professor HOD/ Chief Agronomist (Departmental Administration/Research/Teaching) 15 – 07 – 2015
2. Dr. D.D. Yadav, Professor  Teaching/Research 11 – 03 – 1997
3. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Professor Research /Teaching 23 – 07 – 2007
4. Dr. Ram Pyare, Professor Teaching/Research 10 – 12 – 1998
5. Er. S.K. Sachan, Asso. Prof. Teaching 15 – 05 – 2007
6. Dr. A. K.  Srivastava, Asso. Prof. Teaching/Research 23 – 12 – 2005
7. Dr. V.K. Verma, Asso. Prof. Extension/Teaching/Research 07 – 07 – 2007
8. Dr. M.Z. Siddiqui, Asso. Prof. Research/Teaching 09 – 07 – 2007
9. Dr. N. Khan, Asso. Prof. Research/Teaching 02 – 07 – 2007
10. Dr. Y.K. Singh, Asstt. Prof. Research/Teaching 02 – 02 – 2015
11. Er.  Lalmani, Asstt. Prof. Teaching 31 – 12 – 2006
12. Shri Rajveer Singh, Asstt. Prof. Research 31 – 05 – 2008
13. Dr. A.P. Dubey, Asstt. Prof. Research/Teaching 24 – 07 – 2007
14. Dr. U.S. Tewari, Asstt. Prof. Research/Teaching 07 – 07 – 2003
15. Dr. Sanjai Chaudhary, Asstt. Prof. Teaching/Research 21 – 12 – 2002
16. Dr. A.K. Tripathi, Asstt. Prof. Teaching/Research 28 – 08 – 2002
17. Shri Vishram Singh, Asstt. Prof. Teaching/Research 06 – 08 – 2008
18. Dr. Jitendra Singh Asstt. Prof. Research 17 – 10 – 2016

DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITIES

Teaching Activities

The department offers various courses of Agronomy for Bachelor (51 credits including experiential learning and elective courses as per Vth Deans’ committee), Master (42 credits) and Doctorate (61 credits) degrees. The M.Sc. (15 credits) and Ph.D. (10 credits) students of the department also study minor and supporting courses in Soil Science and Agriculture Chemistry as well as Crop Physiology department besides Experimental Design/ Agricultural Statistics . The department has adopted course curricula recommended by 5th ICAR Deans’ Committee at UG level from 2016-17 academic session, while the course curricula for M.Sc. (Ag.) and Ph.D. degree are as per the recommendations of National Core Group.  About 15-17 students in M.Sc. (Ag.) programme and 2-4 students in Ph.D. programme are being admitted through Combined Agriculture and Technology Entrance Tests (CATET) every year besides ICAR quota (NTS / JRF/ SRF) and foreign students nominated by ICAR.

(A) Under Graduate Courses

Vth Deans Committee

Course Code Agronomy Course Credit
AGR-111 Fundamentals of Agronomy 4(3+1)
AGR-211 Crop Production Technology – I (Kharif crops) 2(1+1)
AGR-212 Farm Machinery and Power 2(1+1)
AGR-221 Crop Production Technology – II (Rabi crops) 2(1+1)
AGR-222 Renewable Energy and Green Technology 2(1+1)
AGR-223 Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture 1(1+0)
AGR-224 Introductory Agro-meteorology & Climate Change 2(1+1)
AGR-311 Geo-informatics and Nanotechnology and Precision Farming 2(1+1)
AGR-312 Practical Crop Production – I (Kharif crops) 2(0+2)
AGR-321 Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture 2(1+1)
AGR-322 Practical Crop Production – II (Rabi crops) 2(0+2)
AGR-323 Principles of Organic Farming 2(1+1)
READY-Component III (Experiential Learning Program)
ELP- 426 Agriculture Waste Management 0+10
ELP- 427 Organic Crop Production Technology 0+10
Elective Courses
UGE-322 Weed Management 3(2+1)
UGE-323 System Simulation and Agro-advisory 3(2+1)
Total

Post Graduate Courses

Major Courses
AGR-501 Modern Concept in crop production 3(3+0)
AGR-503 Principles and practices of weed management 3(2+1)
AGR-506 Agronomy of Major cereals and pulses 3(2+1)
AGR-504 Principals and practices of water management 3(2+1)
AGR-507 Agronomy of oilseed fibre and sugar crops 3(2+1)
AGR-502 Principals and practices of soil fertility and nutrient management 3(2+1)
AGR-509 Agronomy of fodder and forage crops 3(2+1)
AGR-591 Master’s Seminar 1(1+0)
AGR-599 Master Research (Thesis) 20
Minor Courses
SAC-502 Soil fertility and fertilizer use 4(3+1)
SAC-504 Soil mineralogy, genesis, classification and survey 3(2+1)
SAC-509 Soil water and air pollution 3(2+1)
Supporting Courses 
AES-513 Experiment design 3(2+1)
PPY-506 Physiology of growth, yield and modelling 2(1+1)
Total  57

Ph.D. Courses

Major Courses
AGR-601 Dry land farming 3(2+1)
AGR -602 Crop and seed Physiology 3(2+1)
AGR -603 Agronomy of vegetable crops 3(3+0)
AGR -604 System research and crop modelling 3(2+1)
AGR -605 Organic Farming 3(2+1)
AES -606 Agricultural Statistics 3(2+1)
Supporting Courses (Soil Science and Crop Physiology)
AGR -699 Doctoral Seminar 1(1+0)
AGR -700 Doctoral Research (Thesis) 45
Total 71

Research Activities

Agronomic research on different crops and cropping systems are being carried out considering various problems raised by farmers and authenticated by the Research Advisory Committee Meeting of Agronomy discipline held twice (Kharif and Rabi) in a year and recommendations are made accordingly. Emphasis is laid on basic and strategic research aspects of crop husbandry, cropping systems, farming systems, organic farming, water management, weed management and Agro-meteorological aspects.

  • All India Coordinated Research Project on Integrated Farming Systems.
  • All India Coordinated Research Project on Agro-Meteorology.
  • Forecasting Agriculture output using space Agro-meteorology and land based observation (FASAL) funded by Ministry of Earth Science, IMD, New Delhi.

Extension Activities

  • Major breakthrough in enhancing productivity of various crops has been facilitated by agronomists through linkage with farmers.
  • Besides the main function of under graduate and postgraduate teaching, the faculty members are actively involved in extension activities like Krishi Melas, Krishak Goshthies, Field days, front line demonstrations (FLDs) on oilseeds, pulses and cereals at farmers’ fields along with Parthenium eradication awareness week.

DEPARTMENTAL ACHIEVEMENTS

Agronomy has contributed significantly in developing improved agro-techniques and production technologies as well as furtherance of knowledge. The most important achievements are briefly summarized below :

(A) Low cost/ Non monetary input technologies :

  • In border method of sowing every 4th row is kept unseeded and unfertilized providing saving of 25% costly inputs like seed, fertilizers and labours and harvest normal yield. It also provides convenience in intercultural operations, rouging of off-type plants in seed crops, plant protections and irrigation.
  • Thinning and topping in mustard increases their yields by 40-50%.
  • Topping in April sown early pigeon pea increases yield to the extent of 15-20%.
  • Sowing of wheat crop into South to North direction increases the yield by 1.5 to 2.0 q/ha in comparison to sowing in East to West direction except sugarcane.
  • Use of sprouted seeds of wheat under late sown conditions has been found to enhance the germination and thereby increases yield.
  • Sowing of early pigeon pea in the month of April (first fortnight) under irrigated conditions increases yield by 30-50% than July sowing.

(B) Profitable cropping/ Farming systems :

  • In rice- wheat cropping system under integrated nutrient management, application of 50% N through FYM and remaining 50% N+ full recommended P2O5 and K2O through chemical fertilizers in rice and recommended dose of 100% N + P2O5 + K2O through chemical fertilizers in wheat maximizes the yield and sustains the soil health for longer period.
  • Under crop diversification and cropping intensity experiments, maize potato- onion and maize garlic moong cropping systems are productive and remunerative.
  • Hybrid rice-wheat- moong cropping system is suitable for sustaining soil health and production in place of rice-wheat system.
  • Under precision farming approach (site specific nutrient management – SSNM), application of fertilizer in hybrid rice- wheat cropping system @150:30:120:50:40 kg N,P,K,S, Zn/ha to rice and 150:30:120 kg N,P,K/ha to wheat gives maximum yield and net monitory return.
  • An on station integrated farming system model has been established in this department, initially three components viz., crop production, dairy and horticulture units are running in one hectare of land. During the year 2015-16 total net income of Rs 1,30,342.00 was obtained from IFS model. Out of this Rs 56,642.00 from crop production Rs 72,770.00 from dairy
    (1 cow+ 1 buffalo) and Rs 930.00 from horticulture units were fetched.
  • Under nitrogen scheduling experiment, baby corn fertilized with 150 Kg N/ha in 3 equal splits at basal, knee high at pre-taselling stages yields higher marketable corn with maximum net return in winter season.
  • Sesame- pea cropping system is a profitable cropping system for the farmers of Banda and Kaushambi.
  • Balance nutrition @ 120 kg N, 60 kg P2O5, 40 kg K2O and 25 kg zinc sulphate/ha in rice wheat cropping system provides maximum system production and net monitory return under the agro-ecological conditions of Banda and Kushambi districts.
  • 60 kg P2O5 in April sown early pigeon pea + green gram (1:3) is optimum dose to meet out the Phosphorus requirement of the system.

(C )    Intercropping system :

  • Intercropping of mustard/ dwarf wheat/ potato coriander with autumn planted cane has been tested. These intercropping systems fetched maximum profit without damaging sugarcane crop.
  • Planting of sugarcane by border ridge technique rows 60 cm apart and intercropping of mustard or potato gives 15% higher yield of potato or mustard without any reduction in the stalk yield of cane.
  • Wheat, barley, mustard and late sown wheat exerts adverse effect on cane if grown in intercropping system.
  • Intercropping of green gram / black gram / cowpea in spring planted cane increases 15% yield of intercrop.
  • Intercropping of Rabi crops like cereals (wheat, barley, oats), oilseeds (mustard and linseed), pulses (chickpea, field pea, dwarf pea, lentil and French bean), vegetables (cole crops, tomato, radish, carrot, lettuce), spices (Coriander, Methi, Aniseed, Nigella, Ajwain) tobacco etc. with potato through border ridge technique are productive and profitable.
  • Chickpea + coriander intercropping system reduces the incidence of pod borer and wilt by about 40% in chickpea crop.
  • Intercropping of linseed with chickpea reduces the infection of wilt in chickpea.

(D) Multiple cropping :

Following multiple and relay crop sequence have been recommended to the cultivators.

  1. Maize – early potato –  Wheat  – mungbean
  2. Maize – toria – Onion
  3. Paddy – Wheat                       – Fodder – (Bajra and Cowpea)
  4. Paddy – Mustard – Fodder – (Bajra and Cowpea)
  5. Paddy – Chickpea – Fodder – (Bajra and Cowpea)
  6. Paddy – Pea – Fodder – (Bajra and Cowpea)
  7. Chari – Bajra – Berseem  + Japani Rai – Maize + Cowpea
  8. Chari – Berseem + Japani Sarson – Bajra + Cowpea
  9. Paddy – Toria –  Cheena – Mungbean
  10. Maize+Blackgram-Potato-Onion
  11. Maize–Garlic-Green gram (G+R)

(D) Water management  

  • Pea + mustard, pea, lentil and mustard crops are remunerative when only one irrigation as pre sowing irrigation is available.
  • Chickpea crop is more remunerative when two irrigations including pre- sowing irrigation is available.
  • Application of 2 irrigations at 15 cm CPE is optimum for obtaining economical yield with chickpea + linseed intercropping system.
  • Potato crop gives normal yield when irrigated in alternate trenches. This practice covers 80% additional area with the same amount of water.
  • In Kharif pulses, two irrigations at flower initiation and pod filling stages are optimum, if rain water is not available.
  • Groundnut gives maximum yield with 2 irrigations one at pegging and second at pod filling stage, if the rain water is not available.
  • Cultivation of sorghum (Fodder) and pearl millet are better under late onset of monsoon.
  • In rice-wheat sequence, application of pyrite @ 6q/ha is effective in case of brackish water irrigation.
  • Two irrigations at flowering and pod filling stages are sufficient for the cultivation of Toria (Var. Bhawani) under central plain zone of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Straw mulching in potato saves the irrigation by 50% owning to increase in interval of irrigation from 10 days to 20 days thereby reducing number of irrigations from 8 to 4.

CROP WEATHER CALENDAR

Crop: Rice  (Kharif)                          Duration: Medium (120-135)                            State: Uttar Pradesh                            District: Kanpur


CROP WEATHER CALENDAR

 Crop: Wheat (Rabi)                          Duration: Medium (120-125)                        State: Uttar Pradesh                          District: Kanpur

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Details of departmental activities beneficial for Farmers (if any)

  1. Agrometeorology based krishak SMS Service
  2. Organisation of Krishak Gosthi
  3. Organisation of Kisan Mela

Reports of departmental Programs/schemes (PDF) (if any)

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  1. Progress report of AICRP-IFS
  2. All India Coordinated Research Project on Agro-Meteorology.
  3. National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture (NICRA) funded by ICAR.
  4. Forecasting Agriculture output using space Agro-meteorology and land based observation (FASAL) funded by Ministry of Earth Science, IMD, New Delhi.
  5. Gramin Krishi Mausam Seva scheme.

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