Items where Author is "Kanwar , J S"

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Article

Kanwar, J S and Virmani, S M and Das, S K (1992) Farming Systems Research in India: A Historical Perspective. Experimental Agriculture, 28 (1). pp. 1-17. ISSN 0014-4797

Kanwar, J S and Youngdahl, L J (1985) Micronutrient needs of tropical food crops. Fertilizer Research, 7 (1-3). pp. 43-67. ISSN 0167-1731

Kanwar, J S (1984) Sulphur and Food Production in the Tropical Countries—Problems, Projections and Policy Implications. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science, 32 (4). pp. 583-594. ISSN 0019-638X

Kanwar , J S and Goswami , N N and Kamath, M B (1982) Phosphorus management of Indian soils-problems and prospects. Fertiliser News, 27 (2). pp. 43-52. ISSN 0015-0266

Kanwar, J S (1982) Problems and Potentials of Vertisols And Alfisols - The Two Important Soils of Sat - ICRISAT Experience. Tropical Agriculture Research Series No. 15, 15. pp. 119-138.

Kanwar, J S (1981) Dimensions of problems in rainfed agriculture-problems and prospects of fertiliser use in development of arid and semi-arid areas. Fertiliser News, 26 (11). pp. 3-7. ISSN 0015-0266

Kanwar, J S (1981) Early maturing pigeonpeas heading for a green revolution(extracts of a tour report by ICRISAT's Director of Research). International Pigeonpea Newsletter, 1. pp. 6-7. ISSN 0255-786X

Kanwar, J S (1976) Soil and Water Management—The Key to Production in Rainfed Agriculture of Semi-Arid Tropics. Journal of the Indian Sociely of Soii Science, 24 (2). pp. 230-238. ISSN 0974-0228

Kanwar, J S and Das, M N and Sardana, M G and Bapat, S R (1973) Are fertiliser applications to jowar, maize and bajra economical? Fertiliser News, 18 (7). pp. 19-28.

Book Section

Nene, Y L and Kanwar, J S (1988) Research on food legumes at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), with special reference to chickpea. In: World crops: Cool season food legumes. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 39-45. ISBN 90-247-3641-2

Monograph

Tandon, H L S and Kanwar, J S (1984) A Review of Fertilizer Use Research on Sorghum in India. Monograph. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.

Kanwar, J S (1982) Save the soil--save the nation. Monograph. ICRISAT, Hyderabad.

Kanwar, J S (1979) Pulses and International Research. Monograph. Directorate of Pulses Development, Govt of India, Lucknow, India.

Conference or Workshop Item

Kanwar, J S and Virmani, S M (1986) Management Of Vertisols For Improved Crop Production In The Semi-Arid Topics: A Plan For A Technology Transfer Network In Africa. In: First IBSRAM (International Board on Soil Research and Management) Regional Networkshop in Africa on Improved Management of Vertisols under Semi-Arid Conditions, 1-6 Dec 1986, Nairobi, Kenya.

Kanwar, J S and Kampen, J and Virmani, S M (1982) Management of Vertisols for Maximising Crop Production - ICRISAT Experience. In: Vertisols and rice soils of the tropics Symposia papers II Transactions of the 12th International Congress of Soil Science, 8-16 Feb 1982, New Delhi, India.

Kanwar, J S (1982) Managing Soil Resources to Meet the Challenges to Mankind: Presidential Address. In: 12th International Congress Of Soil Science, 8-16 February 1982, New Delhi, India.

Kanwar, J S (1982) Rainwater and Dryland Agriculture—An Overview. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Rainwater and Dryland Agriculture , 3 October 1980, New Delhi, India.

Kanwar, J S (1981) Land and Soil Environment Program at ICRISAT. In: Soil Policy Committee Meeting Organised by FAO/UNEP, 1981, Rome.

Kanwar, J S (1980) Analysis Of Constraints To Increased Productivity Of Dryland Areas. In: FAI Seminar 1980 on Fertilisers in India in the Eighties, 4-6 Dec 1980, New Delhi, India.

Book

Kanwar, J S and Nijhawan, H L and Raheja, S K (1983) Groundnut its nutrition and fertilizer responses in India. Indian Council of Agriultural Research, New Delhi, India.

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