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Indian Farming November-December 1950

1950

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The object of the Council therefore should be to help achieve the fulfilment of the Intensive Production Programme under which the land water and livestock resources of the country will be co-ordnated on a scientific basis and developed in order to support the vast and growing population of the country. [...] Are we capable of providing the necessary drive and enthusiasm among the scientific talent of the country ? The machinery of the Council therefore rquires to be reorganised in the interests of speedy work of satisfactory research and effective co-ordination. [...] The amount of efforts put in and the capital expended by the agricultural population of a place or tregion in favourably combining all the positive physical forces and the effective control the negative forces of nature detemine the efficiency and standard of devlopment of agricultural production of the locality. [...] The man behind the plough The man behind the plough is the most important factor in the production of wealth and whatever improves the phsique intellect and character of the people also adds to their economic strength and efficiency. [...] The study of periodical employment of agricultural Workers in the village referred to above brings out that the period of about four months from the middle of July to the middle of November offers practically full eployment to all the village people with somewhat over-employment during the first half of the period when extra labour may also be absorbed.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Cover i-ii U.N. Chatterjee

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Frontmatter i-xi U.N. Chatterjee

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Towards Agricultural Revolution 507-509 U.N. Chatterjee

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Sugarcane Development in Uttarpradesh 510-515 R.D. Bose

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Developing Our Agriculture 516-520 R.S. Shiwalkar

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Nutritious Forage from Napier and Guinea Grasses 521-524 Rattan Singh, H.C. Malik

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Evaluation of Young Bull 525-529 J.D. Kumaran

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Sewage and Sullage Utilization In India for Crop Producction 530-538 R.P. Talati

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Three New Economic Types in Bengal Gram (Cicer Arietinum L.) 539-i V.M. Chavan, G.P. Argikar

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Kookra (Coleus Par Viflorus) 541-544 M.R. Panikkar

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Control of Water Hyacinth with Hormone Herbicides 545-ii L.M. Joshi, V.R. Pantulu, S.Y. Padmanabhan

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What the Scientists are doing 547-548 U.N. Chatterjee

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You ask We answer 549-549 U.N. Chatterjee

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What’s doing in All-India 550-557 U.N. Chatterjee

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Across the Borders 558-560 U.N. Chatterjee

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Rome Gleanings 561-568 U.N. Chatterjee

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Beautifying India 569-570 M.S. Randhawa

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Final Report of the United Nations Economic Survey Commission for The Middle East Parts I & II 570-571 U.N. Chatterjee

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National and International Measures for Full Employment 571-572 U.N. Chatterjee

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Tweed’s Poultry Keeping in India 572-573 A.E. Slater

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Irrigated Soils Their Fertility and Management 573-574 D.W. Thorne, H.B. Peterson

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Relative Prices of Exports and Imports of Under-Developed Countries 574-574 U.N. Chatterjee

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Forage Crops 575-576 Gilbert Ahlgren

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Agricultural and Allied Arts in Vedic India 576-577 A.K. Aiyer

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News and Views 578-590 U.N. Chatterjee

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agriculture environment

Pages
111
SARF Document ID
sarf.120055

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