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Seeds of Hope, T. Muruganandham, The New Indian Express | September 22, 2014 

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Small pictorial booklet on "Principles of SRI - Desirable & Non Desirable Practices"

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Potential of the SRI for systemic improvement in rice production and water use: the case of Andhra Pradesh, India
A. Ravindra and S. Bhagyalaxmi, SpringerLink | October 24, 2010

NEWS UPDATE


College develops farmer-friendly PVC marker for transplanting nurseries in place of the conventional heavy iron roller marker
The Hindu | October 24, 2014

The Agricultural Engineering College and Research Institute has designed a farmer-friendly PVC marker for transplanting nurseries in place of the conventional heavy iron roller marker. The PVC marker is important farm application , particularly for those who adopt the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) method. The PVC marker contains a set of three PVC pipes attached to one another and can be rolled in the fields for making the markings. The labourers can immediately transplant the nurseries by identifying the markings.


Women way of anti-poverty schemes
Deepti KC, Busines Line | October 23, 2014

Despite opportunities and systematic community-driven handholding support from the Government and non-government bodies, women might still choose not to participate in the economic development process. Under the purview of the National Rural Livelihoods Mission, the world’s largest poverty alleviation initiative, the Government and NGOs are targeting women from the poorest households in the economic development process. One such project is the Bihar Rural Livelihoods Project (BRLP) or Project JEEViKA.


JOURNAL UPDATE


Integrated System of Crop Intensification of Vegetables with Relation to Climate Change in Pathar Area of Sangamner
Author(s):
S.S. Raskar, A.G. Wani, A.L. Zhagade and P.A. Gagare (Watershed Organization Trust - WOTR, Pune, Maharashtra), International Journal of Social Relevance and Concern, Volume 2, Issue 2 | February 2014

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