2 edition of Enhancing grain legumes research in Asia found in the catalog.
Enhancing grain legumes research in Asia
Asian Grain Legumes Network. Coordinators" Meeting
|Statement||edited by D. G. Faris and O. P. Rupela.|
|Contributions||Faris, D.G., Rupela, O. P., International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
Dr Pooran Gaur is Assistant Director of the Grain Legumes Research Program and Principal Scientist for chickpea breeding at ICRISAT. Dr Shiv Kumar Agrawal is Food Legumes Coordinator within the Biodiversity and Integrated Gene Management Program at the International Centre for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) based in : Hardcover. | CRP Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals | 8 WCA (especially Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal). Millet demand in India will increase in future at a slower rate. Demand for sorghum and millets is high in several ESA countries (Ethiopia, Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania) with some supply deficit is Size: 3MB.
1. Introduction. Diversification and intensification through inclusion of grain legumes in cereal, root or tuber based cropping systems represents a key technology in the drive towards the sustainable intensification of agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) (Vanlauwe et al., ).Grain legumes fix atmospheric nitrogen gas (N 2) that can contribute to the nitrogen Cited by: The CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes (GrainLegumes) combines and coordinates SC 4 Enhancing post-harvest processing and market opportunities Enhance grain legumes value additions, and social and environmental benefits captured Intermediate Development Outcomes and System Level Outcomes.
Dr Gopalakrishnan’s book, “Plant growth-promoting actinobacteria: A new avenue for enhancing the productivity & soil fertility of grain legumes”, was published in by Springer Singapore. He is a widely-published author with more than 82 research articles, an h-index of 15 and more than citations. Economic importance, growing regions, nutritional value. Globally, cowpea is an important grain legume adapted and grown in dry areas of the tropics and subtropics. In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), cowpea plays an important role in both human nutritional and food security and income generation for farmers and food by:
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Thus, grain legumes would play a crucial role in resource conservation, ecosystem balance, and in the sustainability of agricultural systems of South Asia.
Discover the world's research Enhancing grain legumes’ productivity, and production and the incomes of poor farmers in drought -prone areas of sub Saharan Africa and South Asia Organization Name: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi -Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA).
Enhancing Grain Legumes Research in Asia Summary Proceedings of the Asian Grain Legumes Network Coordinators' Meeting. By D G Faris and O P Rupela. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.
Year: OAI identifier: Author: D G Faris and O P Rupela. Thus, grain legumes would play a crucial role in resource conservation, ecosystem balance, and in the sustainability of agricultural systems of South Asia. Extensive research has been conducted on several well-known legumes, notably soybean, which is the most economically important legume worldwide.
Grain legumes are the suitable candidate crop for diversification because of its inherent capacity to build up soil health and in conserving natural resources. There exists a large scope to introduce pulses as the second crop in million hectare areas of rice fallows in India, Bangladesh, and by: 3.
In Linking Biological Nitrogen Fixation Research in Asia: Report of a Meeting of the Asia Working Group on Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes. Eds. O P Rupela, J V D Enhancing grain legumes research in Asia book Kumar Rao, C Johansen and S P Wani. pp 61– International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Google ScholarCited by: Enhancing grain legumes’ productivity, and production and the incomes of poor farmers in drought-prone areas of sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, Tropical Legumes-II Phase 1 & 2.
Legumes- an overview (mainly in Africa and Asia), and a modern, mechanized, high-input, large-scale sector where output is used largely as animal feed (mainly in the developed countries and in. Attempts to enhance nitrogen fixation of grain legumes has been mainly the domain of microbiologists who have selected rhizobial strains with superior effectiveness or competitive ability.
Few projects have focused on the plant symbiont with the objective of improving N 2, fixation as done in the FAO/IAEA Co-ordinated Research Programme which Cited by: Get this from a library. Enhancing grain legumes research in Asia: summary proceedings of the Asian Grain Legumes Network Coordinators' Meeting, DecICRISAT Center, India.
[D G Faris; O P Rupela;]. CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals (GLDC) Published on The book captures the societal impact of the Tropical Legumes project that successfully worked towards developing an efficient seed delivery system for grain legume crops in the semi-arid tropics of Africa and Asia.
enhancing food and nutrition security, and. CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals. The CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals (GLDC) builds on the work done by three CGIAR Research Programs from to Grain Legumes. Harnessing Food Legumes for Climate-Smart Agriculture.
Food legumes offer myriad benefits for sustainable smallholder production systems. When used in crop rotations or intercropping, they can help increase levels of nitrogen in the soil, improving soil fertility, and subsequently crop productivity.
Tropical Legumes II (TL-II) is a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) sponsored project implemented by three International Agricultural Research Centers – ICRISAT, CIAT and IITA. TL-II aims to improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in the drought-prone areas of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and South Asia through improved productivity and production of six major grain legumes.
Gopalakrishnan, S and Sathya, A and Vijayabharathi, R () Plant Growth Promoting Actinobacteria: A New Avenue for Enhancing the Productivity and Soil Fertility of Grain Legumes. Springer, Singapore. ISBN Grain legumes belong to the family Fabaceae of the Angiospermae and are considered rich in high-quality proteins with significant impacts on the nutrition, diet, and health of many people across the world.
The family Fabaceae is divided into grain legumes and pasture/forage : Jacob Popoola, Omena Ojuederie, Conrad Omonhinmin, Adegoke Adegbite. Grain Legumes in Asia Summary Proceedings of the Consultative Group Meeting for Asian Regional Research on Grain Legumes (Groundnut, Chickpea, Pigeonpea) held at ICRISAT Center, India December ICRISAT INTERNATIONAL CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR THE SEMI-ARID TROPICS Patancheru P.O., Andhra Pradesh.
Asia for a very long time. The two most important species in the genus Vigna are cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), an im-portant grain legume of the African lowland tropics and mung bean (V. radiata), which is grown extensively in India and Southeast Asia.
The taxonomic history of the Asi-atic Vigna species has been confused at both generic andCited by: 1. Sarker coordinates with international organizations, national programs, and the donor community in South Asia to develop new partnerships and build successful research-for- development projects.
He is currently serving as project leader of CGIAR’s HarvestPlus Challenge Program, and has supported the implementation of two CGIAR Research Programs, Dryland Systems and Grain Legumes.
ENHANCING GRAIN LEGUMES PRODUCTIVITY AND PRODUCTION AND THE INCOMES OF POOR FARMERS IN DROUGHT-PRONE AREAS OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND SOUTH ASIA (ICRISAT, in partnership with CIAT, IITA and NARS partners) Tropical legumes are one of the major components of farming systems in smallholder agriculture of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and South Asia .for the project entitled:“Enhancing Grain Legumes’ Productivity, and Production and the Incomes of Poor Farmers in Drought Prone Areas of Sub-saharan Africa and South Asia” of which this study was part.
The next sections describe the File Size: KB.Get this from a library! Linking grain legumes research in Asia: summary proceedings of the Regional Legumes Network Coordinators' Meeting, DecemberICRISAT Center, India. [International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.;].