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Oriya – March – 2019

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In the news

Grow bamboo, capture carbon Capturing carbon dioxide from the air is an important way to combat climate change, which is being caused by emission of excess carbon dioxide and other...

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Kannada – December 2018

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Obituary – Shri L. Narayana reddy

Shri. L Narayana Reddy, the legendary organic farmer, a role model and an inspiration to many  in the farming sector, passed away on 14th January 2019. Born into a large...

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Obituary – Dr. R Dwarakinath

Dr. R. Dwarakinath (1926-2018) Dr. R Dwarakinath, one of the pioneers of the country’s agricultural extension system and the founder Chair person of AMEF, passed away on 29th September 2018....

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In the news

More than 30 per cent of world’s organic producers are in India India has the largest number of organic producers in the world, according to the World of Organic Agriculture...

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Local communities, livestock and livelihoods Amandeep Singh and Pranav Kumar

Bakarwals, the indigenous community in the Himalayas, have been depending on goats for their livelihoods. Theipractices have not only sustained their livelihoods but have also sustained the ecology, in which they operate....

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Sources

Insect Pests of Millets Systematics, Bionomics, and Management A. Kalaisekar, P. Padmaja, V. Bhagwat, J.V. Patil, 2017, Academic Press, 204 p.,ISBN: 9780128042434 Insect Pests of Millets: Systematics, Bionomics, and Management...

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