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Grouped under “NEWS”, there first is "What's new”, where you will find hot items of interest that have recently come up. Subsequently there is a section "News and Highlights" for which you can submit information on agrometeorological issues, happenings and other news in agrometeorology. [Send items you might have to the Web Editor.] Under "Meetings, Congresses, Conferences & Training" information is provided on such forthcoming events. This may include courses that are given annually and they should be announced annually. [Send items for inclusion to the Web Editor well in advance, as early as possible.] The "Call for papers" speaks for itself [Idem.] Under “Vacancies” you will find information on employment possibilities for agrometeorologists. [Again, send items for inclusion to the Web Editor well in advance, as early as possible.]

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Impending rains pose a risk to rabi harvest — Last modified March 14, 2016 15:08
Mint. New Delhi, 11 March 2016
Promote non-chemical farming to curb farmer suicides: Panel report — Last modified March 14, 2016 15:04
DNA. Mumbai, 09 March 2016.
Pakistan Panel on Climate Change — Last modified March 14, 2016 14:52
PPCC Charter – An outcome of Adhoc PPCC Committee
Maharashtra farmers use new methods to save horticulture crops from hailstorms — Last modified March 07, 2016 09:53
Business Line. Mumbai, 05 March 2016
Govt stats predict farm miracle — Last modified March 02, 2016 09:15
Hindustan Times. New Delhi, 29 February 2016
Novel irrigation project to save Banana belt of Jalgaon — Last modified March 02, 2016 09:14
Free Press Journal. Mumbai, 29 February 2016
Villagers Use Hand-Made Canals and Their Own Money to Generate Micro-Hydropower — Last modified March 14, 2016 14:24
Itoshiro is a village located in Gujo City, Gifu Prefecture, right next to Fukui Prefecture. People have been living in this district since the Jomon period (from approximately 14,000 to 3,000 years ago). Until around 1964, its population was about 1,200, but over the following 50 years it dropped to less than one fourth that, with only 250 persons in 100 households.
Does loss of natural landscape boost insecticide use? — Last modified February 22, 2016 08:28
If an alien were to land in the Midwestern United States, chances are they'd land in a field of corn. The region used to be grassland, but now 40% of the world's corn is grown here, with fields stretching to the horizon in every direction. But crop pests like the "corn belt" too, and farmers rely heavily on insecticides. Now a study indicates that crop pests pour in when landscape diversity is lost.
Contributions of open crop straw burning emissions to PM2.5 concentrations in China — Last modified February 22, 2016 08:25
Libo Zhang, Yongqiang Liu and Lu Hao.
Tree Planting Initiatives to Develop Disaster Prevention Green Spaces — Last modified February 17, 2016 13:37
The JKSK Yui-Yui project, an initiative to support people in Japan affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, has been publishing a series of articles on reconstruction efforts called "Tohoku Reconstruction Diary" in the Tokyo Shimbun Newspaper.
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