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Accounts of Operational Agrometeorology

Last modified September 26, 2008 08:25

Here we publish short accounts on successful operational applications and services in agrometeorology (public (e.g. NMHSs) and private), as well as on action support systems (data, research, policies, extension), that are suitable for further dissemination, or on publications that are holding such accounts. [Discuss items for this section with the President or the Vice-president.]

Rains Likely to Boost Planting of Rabi (post rainy season or winter) Crops — Last modified December 19, 2014 11:41
The Economic Times. New Delhi, 16 December 2014
Rainfall raises hopes of good yield, farmers cheer — Last modified December 19, 2014 11:39
The Tribune. New Delhi, 16 December 2014
Rains flood Arabica areas with more trouble — Last modified December 19, 2014 11:38
Business Line. New Delhi, 17 December 2014
Farmers told to put off wheat sowing — Last modified December 16, 2014 08:53
The Tribune. New Delhi, 14 December 2014
Study: Conserving soil and water in dryland wheat region — Last modified December 09, 2014 16:27
In the world's driest rainfed wheat region, Washington State University researchers have identified summer fallow management practices that can make all the difference for farmers, water and soil conservation, and air quality.
Iran-Fars-Sarvestan-Dehnow — Last modified November 18, 2014 09:35
A case of “Response Farming” in Iran in three episodes. By Alireza Sodagari, CEO Sistana-Scada
Agricultural decision support system — Last modified November 18, 2014 09:09
Agricultural decision support system. By Ali Sodagari, Kees Stigter.
Does drought turn the Amazon brown or green? — Last modified November 08, 2014 16:52
There’s no doubt that the Amazon rainforest stores a massive amount of carbon – 120 billion tons or so, at current estimates. Whether drought slows or boosts tree growth in the region has been more contentious, however, with field studies and satellite data giving conflicting results. Now, a team from the US and Brazil has used a new correction for remote-sensing data that’s helped to bring satellite results in line with observations from the ground. In the process, the researchers showed that reduced rainfall since 2000 has made large parts of the Amazon less green.
Plant communities produce greater yield than monocultures — Last modified November 03, 2014 16:45
Diverse plant communities are more successful and enable higher crop yields than pure monocultures, a European research team headed by ecologists from the University of Zurich has discovered. The scientists are convinced that the cultivation of crop mixtures in agriculture and forestry will play a key role in food safety in the future.
New cropping method to boost pulses output — Last modified November 03, 2014 08:41
The Financial Express. New Delhi, 28 October 2014
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