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DST-SERB (N-PDF): Phenotyping of foxtail millet genotypes under high-throughput platform for water use, yield related traits and phosphorous deficiency (2019-21)

Foxtail millet (Setaria italica L.) is one of the important millets mostly cultivated in the semi-arid regions of Asia and Africa. Phosphorous (P) is an important macronutrient for all living organisms as it is involved in several important biochemical functions and critically important for plant growth. Limited availability of P is reported to be a … Continue reading DST-SERB (N-PDF): Phenotyping of foxtail millet genotypes under high-throughput platform for water use, yield related traits and phosphorous deficiency (2019-21)

Dr Krithika – Plant Nutrition

Dr. Krithika Anbazhagan Krithika Anbazhagan is working with the GEMS team as a Visiting Scientist since Dec 2017. Her primary research project, in collaboration with WorldVeg, is on phenotyping elite genotypes of mungbean for drought adaptation. She is also involved and deriving mungbean crop growth parameters for crop models and farmer-participatory studies to extend relevant … Continue reading Dr Krithika – Plant Nutrition

Dr Krithika – Phenotyping

Dr. Krithika Anbazhagan Krithika Anbazhagan is working with the GEMS team as a Visiting Scientist since Dec 2017. Her primary research project, in collaboration with WorldVeg, is on phenotyping elite genotypes of mungbean for drought adaptation. She is also involved and deriving mungbean crop growth parameters for crop models and farmer-participatory studies to extend relevant … Continue reading Dr Krithika – Phenotyping

Dr Krithika – Trait Dissection

Dr. Krithika Anbazhagan   Krithika Anbazhagan is working with the GEMS team as a Visiting Scientist since Dec 2017. Her primary research project, in collaboration with WorldVeg, is on phenotyping elite genotypes of mungbean for drought adaptation. She is also involved and deriving mungbean crop growth parameters for crop models and farmer-participatory studies to extend … Continue reading Dr Krithika – Trait Dissection

Dr Krithika – Core of Gems

Dr. Krithika Anbazhagan Krithika Anbazhagan is working with the GEMS team as a Visiting Scientist since Dec 2017. Her primary research project, in collaboration with WorldVeg, is on phenotyping elite genotypes of mungbean for drought adaptation. She is also involved and deriving mungbean crop growth parameters for crop models and farmer-participatory studies to extend relevant … Continue reading Dr Krithika – Core of Gems

DST-SERB (N-PDF): Adaptability of mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek] varieties for drought environments (2018-20)

Mungbean [green gram; Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek] is a nutritive legume crop that fixes 58–109 kg/ha atmospheric nitrogen symbiotically. India is the largest producer (65% of world acreage) and consumer (54% of world production) of mungbean. The crop is cultivated over a wide range of environmental conditions such as on marginal soils with low … Continue reading DST-SERB (N-PDF): Adaptability of mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek] varieties for drought environments (2018-20)

DST-SERB (N-PDF): Plant architecture suitable for very high planting densities to enhance sorghum grain and fodder yield (2017-19)

Over the last century, maize planting densities have increased from about 3 to 9 plants m-2. No such increase in the planting density has taken place in sorghum, at least in the last 40-50 years. This project involves an increase in planting density of sorghum which could lead towards the improvement of their productivity. Sowing … Continue reading DST-SERB (N-PDF): Plant architecture suitable for very high planting densities to enhance sorghum grain and fodder yield (2017-19)

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