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The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) is a non-profit, non-political organization that conducts agricultural research for development in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa with a wide array of partners throughout the world. Covering 6.5 million square kilometers of land in 55 countries, the semi-arid or dryland tropics has over 2 billion people, and 644 million of these are the poorest of the poor. ICRISAT and its partners help empower these poor people to overcome poverty, hunger and a degraded environment through better agriculture.
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14 Apr, 2015 - Social Science
P Parthasarathy Rao; Lagesh MA ; Deb UK; Jagadeesh E ; Md. Golam Faruque ; Md. Waji Ullah; Chowdhury Saleh Ahmed; Roland Nathan Mandal; Bijoya Paul ; Tazeen Fatima Khan, 2016, "Crop Livestock Typology in South Asia", doi:10.21421/D2/XTGNW0, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
A crop-livestock typology for two South Asian countries namely India and Bangladesh has been constructed using Agricultural activity - based approach (AAA). The classification identifies systems / zones having similar features (agro-climatic and socioeconomic) for agricultural de...
9 Jan, 2015 - Social Science
Singh Piara ; Nedumaran S; Gupta SK; Srinivas K; Bantilan MCS, 2016, "Climate change impacts and potential benefits of drought tolerance in Pearl millet for adapting to climate change", doi:10.21421/D2/XDNUE8, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The study presents the results of simulation exercise of Pearl millet crop in future climate change scenarios using DSSAT model in select locations in India and two locations in West Africa. ICMH356 and Sharda cultivars were used in simulations for Indian locations and CIVT culti...
9 Jan, 2015 - Social Science
Charyulu Kumara D; D Moses Shyam; Dakshina Murthy Kadiala; Murali Krishna Gumma; Bantilan MCS; Rao KPC; Nedumaran S; Srinivasa Srigiri; Ramilan T, 2016, "Sustainable Intensification of Agricultural Productivity in Semi-Arid-Tropics (SAT) of India – Case studies", doi:10.21421/D2/MVWGRR, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
Sustainable intensification is a term now much used in discussions around the future of agriculture and food security. Semi-arid tropics have largely remained outside the process of excessive intensification, due to the paucity of water. Rather agricultural intensification was re...
3 Jan, 2015 - Phenotypic
Harikishan S, 2016, "Aflatoxin contamination problem in Anantapur district", doi:10.21421/D2/CEARED, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
Aflatoxin contamination problem studies in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh of South India
17 Dec, 2014 - Social Science
Nedumaran S; Bantilan MCS; Charyulu Kumara D; D Moses Shyam; P Parthasarathy Rao; Deb UK; GD Nageswara Rao, 2016, "Targeting of Grain Legumes for Income and Nutritional Security in South Asia", doi:10.21421/D2/M7ABMT, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The Tropical Legumes II (TL-II) project, funded by the BMGF, aims to improve the lives and livelihoods of smallholder farmers in the drought-prone areas of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and South Asia through improved productivity and production of six major tropical legumes – Chickpe...
14 Nov, 2014 - Social Science
Bhattarai Madhusudhan; Surendra Arjun; Rao Neena; Vishwanathan P; Rudra Mishra N; Bantilan MCS; Nagaraj N; Padmaja P, 2016, "Impact Assessment of MNREGA in selected sites in India", doi:10.21421/D2/VNP4JH, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
This research project on impact assessment of MGNREGA project activities in India has been implemented by ICRISAT in partnership five other organizations across five different states of India. This project attempts to analyze impacts of social safety nets, MGNREGA program in part...
29 Sep, 2014 - Social Science
Charyulu Kumara D; D Moses Shyam; Bantilan MCS; Borikar S T; Mohan Rao Y; Rai KN; Gupta SK, 2016, "Pearl millet Technology Adoption and Impact Study in Maharashtra", doi:10.21421/D2/U54LUY, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The comprehensive analysis of adoption and impact in this study used the survey data to address farm level responses with respect to diffusion, adoption, dis-adoption, input use, crop management and unit cost reduction in Pearl millet production. It is aimed at any inter-linked i...
11 Mar, 2014 - Phenotypic
Farid Waliyar, 2016, "Replicated Data for Advanced Breeding Lines Evaluated at Niger for Aflatoxin", doi:10.21421/D2/DBWPC4, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
Advanced Groundnut Breeding Lines Niger Aflatoxin
17 Feb, 2014 - Phenotypic
Madhan M; Siva Shankar K, 2016, "Scientometric Mapping of World Chickpea Research Publications", doi:10.21421/D2/HABJVE, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
Scientometric Mapping of World Chickpea Research Publications
30 Jan, 2014 - Social Science
Bantilan MCS; Charyulu Kumara D; Gaur P; D Moses Shyam; Davis Jeff, 2016, "Short Duration Chickpea Technology: Enabling Legumes Revolution in Andhra Pradesh", doi:10.21421/D2/ZXN2X8, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The comprehensive analysis of adoption and impact in this study used the survey data to address farm level responses with respect to diffusion, adoption, dis-adoption, input use, crop management and unit cost reduction in chickpea production. It is aimed at any inter-linked issue...
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