The crop occupies 12.1% of total pulses area and 8.8% of total pulse production in India with an average national productivity of 518 Kg/ha. Because of its relative tolerance to drought, a short life cycle (75-90 days) and the ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen, it is cultivated as a component in various cropping systems, chiefly with rice and wheat (Kaewwongwal et al. 2015). Soil amendments that increase soil fertility and plant productivity can be very useful for crops. An improved crop yield by inoculation with a phosphate solubilizing fungal strain has been observed in many field studies.
Abstract: The purpose of this experiment was to determine whether the amount of topsoil would influence the growth of radish plants. It was hypothesized that if the amount of topsoil increased by 50% would increase because topsoil contains the essential nutrients which are required for proper plant growth. The principle findings indicated that a medium amount of topsoil is ideal for plant growth as the radish plant potted in 50 ml of topsoil experienced the most growth in comparison to the radish plants potted either in 25 ml or 200 ml of topsoil. Introduction: A healthy layer of topsoil comprises of a mixture of clay, sand, silt, and humus that supply the plants with vital nutrients, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other necessary
(Table 2). In the same medium NBRIP used to isolate phosphate solubilizers, values ranging from 31.5 to 519 μg.mL-1 were obtained  and in the present study the observed amounts were even higher (26 to 1.735 μg.mL-1 (table 3). A positive correlation between in vitro phosphate solubilization activities of Pseudomonas sp. (LG) with an increase in P content in bean plants inoculated with this bacterium has been observed . In our work, Pseudomonas spp.
The output shows that we get a significant positive treatment effect on the treated of 2.30, 33819.76, 2491.44, 407.11 and 10.03 for FSI, calorie gain from rice and wheat and income gain from rice and wheat at the household level respectively. That is, the rate of food security, measured in terms of FSI, calorie gain from rice and wheat and income gain from rice and wheat of participants are 2.30, 33819.76, 2491.44, 407.11 and 10.03 percent higher than that of matched control group members. Under the assumption of no hidden bias ( ), the Mantel-Haenszel (1959) bounds, test statistic gives a similar result, indicating a significant treatment effect (table-A.6 in
%Pasreceived is 5.8±0.008% and %Pdry 12.7±0.008 and %P2O5asreceived 6.63±0.008 and %P2O5dry 14.48±0.008. This shows that there are also other components present in the fertilizer sample that is Introduction The agricultural value of fertilizer samples depend on their total phosphate and water content. Natural phosphates are found in small amounts in all better types of soil and their presence is very important for plant growth. Phosphate content was determined as a precipitate magnesium ammonium phosphate hexahydrate.  Moisture determination is an important indicator of the fertilizer 's quality.
These selectively bred organisms not only simplified the farming process but also ensured a great number of a healthy and resistant quantity. Before the use of GMOs, meaning selective breading, farmers faced many difficulties when it came to unexpected results, low quality crops, more expenses and more effort. According to The Lugar Center, a center established to propose solutions to global problems, genetic engineering has led to the development of new traits much more effectively and quickly. Furthermore since tradition selective breeding can take multiple growing seasons to develop in order to test new varieties, the new selective breeding technique is much more efficient. Genetic engineering is much more precise than conventional hybridization and so is less likely to produce unexpected results.
Thus, as Malcolm Gladwell states, "rice farmers improved their yields by becoming smarter, by being better managers of their own time, and by making better choices" (Gladwell, 233). Because working in a rice field is ten to twenty times more labor intensive than working on a corn field, Rice farmers had to work harder than almost any type of farmer. However, their hard work led to a high yield of rice. Therefore, rice farmers were able to learn an important lesson: hard work pays off in the form of success. This lesson was passed on throughout Asian culture and has become an important virtue even in today 's society.
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Contaminated water may contain high levels of nitrates and nitrites, causing haemoglobin disorders. Moreover, (April 2015) Environment associations says that most of the people all know that fertilizers are used for proper and healthy growth of plan but are they really healthy and what exactly are fertilizers and how do fertilizers affect the environment. It is a fertilizer is a substance, be it synthetic or organic which is added to the soil in order to increase the supply of essential nutrients that boost the growth of plants and vegetation in that soil. With the rapid increase in population globally, the demand of food and agricultural give in has been rising very highly. This is the reason why statistics show that almost 40-60% of agricultural crops are grown with the use of different types of fertilizers not only this, more than 50 percent
The importance of sweetness is introspected in the world production of sugar, which rose from 8 million tons in 1900 to 70 million tons in 1970. Any other agricultural product has shown a similar huge increase in production during the same time. 2 Food additives’ advantages and disadvantages 2.1 Food additives’ advantages The advantages of food additives are obvious. Without food additives, it would be impossible to maintain the high standards of security, selection and convenience in our food supply . We can find its advantage in maintaining or improving safety and foods’ freshness, to improve or maintain nutritional value and improve taste, texture and appearance.