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  • Maize (Zea maize) belongs to family (Gramineae). It is the third most important cereal food grain crop in the world followed by rice and wheat. The origin of maize is Mexico in Central America. It contributes about 20 per cent world’s total cereal production. For present study multistage sampling design was used in selection of district, tehsils, and village and maize growers. On the basis of high area under maize crop Malshiras, Pandharpur and Sangola tehsils were selected. From selected three tehsils 6 villages were selected purposely on the basis of highest area under maize crop.

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  • Brown leaf spot of Rice, caused by Bipolaris oryzae L is one of the major rice diseases occurring in World and Nepal. A field experiment to evaluate the efficacy of different chemical fungicides against brown leaf spot of rice was conducted at the farmer’s field in Galkot municipality ward no.4. The six different fungicides that were compared with control treatment were Propaconazole, Hexaconazole, Teuboconazole, Carbendazim, Mancozeb allocated in Randomized Completely Block Design (RCBD) and replicated for three times. Application of propiconazole showed the lower AUDPC value (415.

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  • Rice is the world’s most important food crop and a primary source of food for more than half of the world’s population. More than 70% of the people of the Arunachal Pradesh are engaged in agriculture. Some traditional lures used in north east region of India like fermented fish, Puntius spp., fermented paste made up of the same, rotten pineapple, rotten crab, rotten frog and a dry fish, Harpadon nehereus were evaluated for the trapping potential against gundhi bug. Maximum numbers of bugs were trapped with rotten frog (11.7) followed by the fermented paste prepared from Puntius spp.

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  • Pearlmillet (Pennisetum glaucum L.) is largely grown for grain and fodder purpose under those situations where other crops generally fail. Pearlmillet as a food crop is limited to the developing countries in Asia, and particularly in Africa and ranked sixth in the world followed by rice, wheat, maize, barley and sorghum (Anonymous, 2010-11).

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  • Rice as a cereal grain is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of world’s human population, especially in Asia. Estimation correlation among different characters was undertaken by taking into consideration 8 CMS line and their maintainer lines. At genotypic level, grain yield per plant showed highly significant and positive correlation with date of panicle initiation, 50% panicle emergence, 100% panicle emergence, panicle per plant, no. of tillers and days of maturity and negatively correlated with pollen sterility.

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  • Viet Nam’s success in achieving rapid agricultural growth since the implementation of policy reforms in the late 1980s is now well documented (World Bank 2004). Agri-cultural growth was fueled mainly by growth in rice productivity following the rapid adoption of modern varieties, increased fertilizer use, and increased cropping intensity.

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  • Vietnam’s success in achieving rapid agricultural growth since the implementation of policy reforms in the late 1980s is now well documented (World Bank 2004). Agri-cultural growth was fueled mainly by growth in rice productivity following the rapid adoption of modern varieties, increased fertilizer use, and increased cropping intensity.

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  • Oats rank around sixth in world cereal production statistics, following wheat, maize, rice, barley and sorghum. In many parts of the world, oats are grown for use as grain as well as for forage and fodder, straw for bedding, hay, haylage, silage and chaff. Livestock grain feed is still the primary use of oat crops, accounting for an average of around 74 percent of the world’s total usage.In India, breeding of oats begun in nineteen-eighties and is grown as the most important cereal fodder crop in North Western, Central India, extending to the eastern regions.

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