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Rainfed Agriculture

 
1. Dry Land Farming
2. Rainfed Farming
3. Soil and Climatic Studies in Rainfed Agriculture
4. Different Soil Types And Their Characters In M.S
5. Agro Climatic Zones Of India In General
6. Agro Climatic Zones Of Maharashtra
7. Rainfall, Its Distribution And Its Effectiveness In Rainfed Agriculture
8. Precipitation and Its Factors
9. Type of Rainfall in Dry Areas
10. Techniques of Soil And Water Conservation in Rainfed Agriculture
11. Erosion- Factors Affecting Soil Erosion
12. Normal And Man Made Erosion
13. Water Conservation - Hydrologic Cycle
14. Loss of Water From Soil
15. Soil and Water Conservation Methods
16. Soil And Water Conservation Methods - Management Practices
17. Soil And Water Conservation Methods - Mechanical Practices
18. Runoff and their Types
19. Factors Affecting Runoff
20. Factors Affecting Runoff - Physiographic Factors
21. Different Agronomical Practices for Soil and Water Conservation
22. Different Agronomical Practices For Moisture Conservation In Rainfed Areas - Contour Cultivation
23. Strip Cropping
24. Tillage Practices
25. Crop Residue Management
26. Mulch, their Types and Disadvantages
27. Antitranspirants
28. Water Losses and their Control In Rainfed Agriculture
29. Minimum Tillage Or No Tillage (Zero tillage) Concept In Rainfed Farming
30. Minimum Or Optimum Or Reduced Tillage
31. Zero tillage
32. Concept of Minimum Tillage is Useful in Rainfed Farming
33. Harvesting Of Rainfall
34. Method Of Water Harvesting
35. Methods Of Controlling Runoff
36. Factors Affecting Effective Rainfall
37. Drought Resistance and Characteristics Of Drought Resistant Crops and their Varieties
38. Drought Prone Area
39. What is Drought Resistance?
40. Characteristics of Drought Resistant Plants
41. Package of Practices of Crops Under Rainfed Conditions
42. Improved Dryland Technologies
43. Developing Suitable Varieties For Dry Lands
44. Improved Dryland Technologies And Weed Management
45. Improved Dryland Technologies - Use of minimal irrigation
46. Crop Planning for Aberrant Weather Situation in Dryland
47. Climatologically Approach for Crop Planning in Rained Areas
48. Climatic Variability in Rainfed Agriculture
49. Time and Length of Growing season - Tropical Regions
50. Growing Period or Moisture Availability Periods
51. Climate, Soils And Socio Economic Factors (Singh, 1993)
52. Importance Of Rainfall Distribution
53. Some Practical Application Of Weather Data
54. Management Option in Relation to Weather Adjustment
55. Proportionate Cropping
56. Management Strategies Under Different Draught Conditions
57. Crop Growth Modeling
58. Interaction of Sowing Date and Climatic Variability
59. Fertilizer Use In Rained Farming, Levels and Methods or Fertilizer Application
60. Methods Of Fertilizer Application
61. Concept Of Watershed Management
62. Broad Objectives of watershed Development
63. Classification Of Watershed
64. Significant Gains From Watershed Development Programme
65. Cropping Patterns
66. Planning And Implementation Of Watershed Management Programme
67. Plant Population, Distribution Pattern and Weed Control in Rainfed Agriculture
68. Crop Planning For Aberrant Weather
69. Weed Control In Rainfed Agriculture
70. Crop rotation And Its Factors and Advantages
71. Crop mixture And Its Advantages
72. Inter Cropping And Its Advantages
73. Alternate Land Use Like Agro Forestry Horticulture -Rainfed Agriculture
74. Alley – Cropping and Its Advantages : Rainfed Agriculture
75. Need - Based Alternate Land use System And Its Advantages
76. Three Alternate Land Use In Dryland Ecosystems