2 edition of Groundnuts and oilseeds improvement programme found in the catalog.
Groundnuts and oilseeds improvement programme
Ahmadu Bello University. Institute for Agricultural Research and Special Services.
by Institute for Agricultural Research, Samaru, Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Nigeria
Written in English
|LC Classifications||SB351.P3 A35 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||82180901|
Badigannavar A.M., Kale, D.M., Mondal S. and Murty G.S.S. Genotype X environment interaction in groundnut, Arachis hypogaea L. based on AMMI analysis. Journal of Oilseeds Research, 24(1): 8: Badigannavar A.M. Isolation and inheritance of funnel leaflet mutant in groundnut . Manufacturer of Oil Seeds - Groundnuts, Sesame Seed, Soyabean and Mustard Seeds offered by Mundra Trading Company, Kota, Rajasthan. Being one of the prominent oilseeds of India, it accounts for 25% of oilseed production in India. The production of ground nuts varies depending on rainfall deviation around the years.
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Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) is the most important oilseed-cum-food legume crop in the world. Sustainable groundnut production promotes food security and reduces malnutrition in a swelling population. Groundnut landraces are a potential source for sustainable groundnut breeding.
groundnuts) and the European Union (a major producer of rapeseed) are the most important producers of other oilseeds, at 35 Mt and 29 Mt inbut both are expected to have only very little production expansion at % p.a. in China and constant production in the European Union.
Groundnuts are rich in protein and can be eaten raw, cooked or roasted. Some types are cultivated under drier conditions, while others are irrigated. Groundnuts are more drought-resistant than maize and can be grown for home consumption or as a cash crop. They work well as a rotational crop and should be planted on the same soil once every four years.
The groundnut crop Groundnut is the sixth most important oilseed crop in the world. It contains % oil and % protein, and is a rich source of dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins. Groundnut is grown on million ha worldwide with a total production of million metric t and an average productivity of metric t/ha (FAO, ).
The book explores these issues using data collected from about 2, oilseed growers: soybean farmers, rapeseed-mustard growers, groundnut farmers, sesamum farmers and sunflower growers from selected Indian states.
It would be of immense use for scholars and policy makers alike who are working in this field. Groundnut is therefore an oilseed crop on a global scale. Dhaward, India, and later moved to ICRISAT and served in Crop Improvement and Management Program.
Upadhyaya is a well recognized scientist in the area of plant breeding and genetic resource Growth and Production of Groundnuts - P.V. Vara Prasad, Vijaya Gopal Kakani, Hari D. classified as oilseeds but often used for other purposes, such as sesame seed and poppy seed. All oilseeds are provided for in chapter 12 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HI'S).
Peanuts and vegetable oil (extracted from oilseeds) are covered in separate summary reports. Broadcast evenly on the soil surface immediately after sowing. Do not incorporate the micronutrient mixture to the soil. To increase flower retention, pod filling and to induce drought tolerance apart from yield improvement, 2 sprays of groundnut rich @ kg/ha (for each spray) at 35 DAS.
It ranks first both in acreage and production among the oils eed crops. It is reported that of the total oilseed cropped area, groundnut area accounted to be 70 per cent in s but over years the area under groundnut has declined to 33 per cent as onstill groundnut is a major oilseed crop.
Groundnut: Groundnut is the most important oilseed of India and accounts for a little less than half of the major oilseeds produced in the country. Groundnut kernels are rich in proteins and vitamins and have high calorific value. It contains per cent oil which is mainly used as edible oil in its pure form or hydrogenated vanaspati form.
An integrated approach to the entire situation indicated that the experience gained by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) in organizing milk producers, and using food aid to prime the pump as well as generate funds for further investments in the programme, could very well be utilized to restructure the oilseed/oil industry as well.
Imports show a growing market, with an average annual increase of 2% in volume and % in value from to Groundnuts are consumed as snacks, processed as food ingredients and crushed for oil. This study focuses on groundnuts for the European food manufacturing and oil crushing industries.
The series comprises seven volumes: Cereals and Millets; Oilseeds; Pulses, Sugar and Tuber Crops; Fruits and Nuts; Vegetables; Technical Crops; and Forest Trees. Oilseeds is devoted to oil-producing field crops such as soybeans, oilseed rape, peanuts, sunflowers, Indian mustard, Brassica rapa, black mustard and flax.5/5(2).
Crop / Variety Parentage Year of release Duration Days Yield (Kg/ha) Special features Notification No. Rainfed. Irrigated. TMV 1. Virginia runner. Jul 29, · Oilseeds crop is one of the most important cash crops grown in Nepal. Oilseeds are the crops grown for oil extraction from their seeds.
They are a very important component of semi- tropical and tropical agriculture, providing easily available and highly nutritious human and animal food.
OIL SEED PROGRAM NARC, Islamabad. STATUS OF OILSEED CROPS In Pakistan, area under major crops is situated in Indus basin. The major crops in the existing cropping system are wheat, cotton, rice and maize.
There is less established cropping system for oilseed crops in the country. * Entomologists, Groundnut Improvement Program, ICRISAT. became more abundant in drought years; Caliothrips indicus, leaf miner, Aproaerema modicella, and aphid Aphis craccivora were more abu ndant in th e drought year of th an in the good rainfall year of In normal years, insects such as thrips (Scirtothrips dor.
Groundnut Competitiveness and Agriculture Diversification Project in Senegal. National Oilseeds Project. Uganda. 17 Dec Rural Livelihoods Improvement Programme in Attapeu and Sayabouri.
Lao People's Democratic Republic. Feb 25, · TARGET TRAITS FOR GROUNDNUT IMPROVEMENT. The aim of groundnut breeding programs across the world is to develop new varieties that meet the requirements of grower, processor, and consumer.
Thus the targeted traits for improvement in groundnut depend on the level of productivity achieved and consumers’ and industry requirements in a cie-du-scenographe.com by: Groundnut rosette disease symptoms types distribution and management of the disease in Uganda of adopted from the Groundnut Improvement Programme at unsupportive oilseed policies have.
After eight years of collaborative work, two high oleic groundnut lines have been identified by India’s coordinated release program to go commercial.
This means processors and consumers in India will now have access to heathier groundnut-based food products and oil with longer shelf life.ICAR - Directorate of Groundnut Research formerly known as National Research Centre for Groundnut is a premier national level institute set up by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture of India to cater to the needs of agricultural science research in the field of groundnut crop in India.
ICAR-DGR was established in at Junagadh, Gujarat to give a fillip to research for enhancing productivity of groundnut in keeping with its importance Location: Junagadh, Gujarat, India.
Heavy metal stress is one of the major abiotic stresses that limit oilseed crop growth and development. Heavy metals cause toxicity in oilseed crops via multiple mechanisms, as symptoms are highly crop, metal, and dose specific. Oilseed crops show potential to ameliorate metal-induced toxicity by adjusting their hemostasis to the optimum level.